We’re working to invent a world where cancer isn’t just treated, but cured.
Our mission is to deliver breakthrough innovations that extend and improve the lives of people with cancer
We are working to prevent cancer where we can and give patients more ways to treat their cancer, more quality in their lives and more time.
Everyone knows someone who has been touched by cancer. When that diagnosis happens, what matters most isn't what the next breakthrough is - but when it will get here.
Our work in oncology
patients who have been treated with commercially available Merck oncology medicines over the past five years
clinical trials involving our cancer medicines
cancers that our products are being studied in
Our research in cancer
Our team of researchers and scientists brings together a deep understanding of genomics, biology and the immune system to advance the way we fight cancer.
Programs that can make a difference
We believe in doing all we can to help address the physical, mental and emotional challenges of life with the disease. That's why we focus on creating programs that can help and connect deeply with the patient community.
Your Cancer Story shares stories of hope and strength from survivors and caregivers - poignant reminders that no one has to face cancer alone.
Worth the Fight: Taking on Lung Cancer empowers people with advanced lung cancer and their loved ones to take an active role in their cancer care and talk to their health care team to understand the treatment options that might be right for them.
It takes all of us to beat cancer
Hear from the people behind the data and the patients who inspire us to tackle one of the world's greatest health challenges.
Taking on lung cancer is worth the fight
A lung cancer diagnosis does not have to mean giving up.
My HPV Cancer Story
We're proud to introduce My HPV Cancer Story, a program to raise awareness around the link between HPV (human papillomavirus) and certain cancers and diseases in women and men.
Our commitment to patients is unwavering
As long as there are still patients in hospitals, doctors desperate to add years to the lives of their patients, and a world where treatments aren’t accessible to all, we will be here: fighting with all we have to deliver more, sooner.