Partner Spotlight

The Legacy of Dr. Bayzakova

Today we remember Dr. Damira Bayzakova, a CML specialist and cancer advocate from Kyrgyzstan who passed away on November 16th 2020, due to complications with COVID-19. Dr. Bayzakova was an...

Sukhrob Saliev, MPH, MD
Treatment Access

30 Years Ago…Remembering Max

March 9th is a day of mourning and grief for The Max Foundation and for anyone who knows our story and loves the Organization. On March 9th 1991, 30 years...

Pat Garcia-Gonzalez
Fundraising & Events

2020: What a Year!

It’s safe to say that this year was none like any other. We support more than 30,000 patients across over 70 countries—and every day of the year, patients depend on...

Kim Arent
Treatment Access

Living with cancer and hope in Paraguay

In 2008, Osbaldo was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) at the young age of 24. Osbaldo shares his journey accessing treatment.

Ines Garcia Gonzalez
Education & Training

Creating Space for Community

How we continue providing emotional support for people facing cancer throughout COVID-19

Emma Radich
Patient Support & Advocacy

Coming Together on World CML Day 2020

September 22 is World CML Day! Our Region Head Mei Ching Ong caught up with our partner physician in Armenia to talk about the importance of this day and bridging access to treatment and care for CML patients worldwide.

Mei Ching Ong
Patient Support & Advocacy

We’re making some changes: Wraparound Support is now Patient Services

At The Max Foundation, we’re also continuously growing our brand and messaging to reflect the growing needs of our global communities and the patients we support. Today, we’re announcing an update in how we communicate our model: our Wraparound Support pillar will now be called Patient Services!

Josué Blanco
Patient Support & Advocacy Treatment Access

Meet our COVID heroes

They’re patients, physicians, pharmacists, police officers, caregivers, and cancer care advocates stepping up to help vulnerable patients continue to have access to treatment throughout the global pandemic closures.

Naomi Thalenberg