Living with...

  1. 10 Things You Need to Know About Lung Cancer

    In 2015, an estimated 221,200 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with lung cancer, which is 13 percent of all cancer diagnoses.

    lung cancer knowledge

    Read more »
  2. Anatoly's Story

    Anatoly's Story

    This is Anatoly's own story of 'helping a hero'

    Read more »
  3. For those who are searching: hop online

     We live in an age where you can hop online to order a new brand of lipstick if it hasn’t been released yet in your country. 

    Woman using a laptop

    Read more »
  4. Telling your child you have cancer

    Suggestions from cancer survivors and their children

    kid parent cancer

    Read more »
  5. Dealing with a Diagnosis

    Online counsellor Nicole Hind shares how to help our brains and bodies deal with a diagnosis.

    diagnosis dealing

    Read more »
  6. ALS awareness month

    What did we get up to, and what's next?

    ALS awareness

    Read more »
  7. 5 things you need to know about multiple sclerosis (MS)

    Get the latest news on MS research, the FDA approval of Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) for both relapsing and progressive forms of MS, insights and resources.

    multiple sclerosis

    Read more »
  8. Marriages, businesses, and lots of bubbles!

    How our community celebrated remission!

    bride tossing flowers

    Read more »
  9. Apps that help patients stay connected to their friends and family

    As a patient, would you benefit from apps that alerted your support network every time you visited the hospital or had a few spare minutes to chat? Almost definitely, right?

    apps for patients

    Read more »
  10. The three (free!) things that patients told us helped them get through their worst days.

    Fighting an illness is rarely as simple as diagnosis-plus-medication-equals-improved-health.

    woman smiling

    Read more »
Posts loader

One more step before you can continue

Our service contains information about acquiring medicines that have been approved in another country. This includes professional information such as approval details, product information and pricing. By scrolling, you are declaring that you are requesting any such information.

Scroll down.

No, I'd like to receive general information only.

Disclaimer: The information TSM provides is aimed at patients with terminal and life-debilitating diseases, their doctors and healthcare professionals. It supports an informed decision by the treating doctor about the patient’s treatment and the consideration of a medicine which has not been approved in the patient’s country.