Why We Started
After Cancer Club
After Cancer Club exists so that anyone who is impacted by cancer has a community to ask for any support.
After you or someone you know is diagnosed, you join an elite Cancer club. You didn't get to choose this club, but you are now part of a group of people that know the emotional and physical toll that cancer can have on a life.
After Cancer Club's
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is in After Cancer Club?
10,000+ cancer survivors and friends have participated in our community on Quora.
Who can signup for After Cancer Club?
Anyone impacted by cancer can signup. We have lots of community members that have never actually had cancer but have had close friends and family that have been recently diagnosed.
Will I ever be charged?
No. After Cancer Club will never charge you for being part of the community.
Does Quora have a mobile app?
Yes. When you signup for Quora you can download the app and have a cancer support group in your pocket.
Can I solicit members of After Cancer Club for my own business within Quora ?
No. If you try and solicit, sell, or recruit any members of After Cancer Club within slack your permissions will be removed and you will be banned from the community.
Should I use any of the advice on Quora, AfterCancerClub.com as medical advice?
No. We recommend you consult your primary care doctor and oncologist for any medical advice. Please see our Terms and Conditions here.
Can I ask for money or donations within After Cancer Club?
No. We are currently in the process of evaluating a 501c3 option and will notify the community when this is available.
Do to have personally had cancer to join?
No. We have lots of family members and friends that have loved ones join the community.
How do I share something once I am signed into Quora?
All you need to do is type what you want to share and hit the send button.
"95% of surviving cancer comes from having a positive attitude +
having your family, friends, and community behind you 110%.
Put them together and you now have a
205% cure rate."