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No Evidence of Disease 

Six dedicated surgeons. One amazing band. The wall of silence around GYN cancer is about to be shattered by Rock 'n' Roll.

Six GYN cancer surgeons take on the Big C with Rock ‘n’ Roll. Their patients become the band’s most ardent fans. Finally, after far too long spent in the shadows, below-the-belt cancers and a below-the-radar cause enter the spotlight.

The outcome: No Evidence of Disease is an intimate, humorous,  inspiring and perhaps lifesaving documentary. 

No Evidence of Disease, titled after the words every patient dreams of hearing, interweaves the harrowing experiences and remarkable courage of women, devoted families, and dedicated doctors, as together they face some of the most serious threats to health and wellness the world has seen. As music and medicine join forces in the fight for life, the surgeons are transformed into rising rock stars, and their patients and loved ones jump on the bandwagon, infusing the struggle for survival with heart, hope and Rock ‘n’ Roll. 

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No Evidence of Disease is available on DVD and Vimeo-On-Demand. All sales of this film go towards our efforts to raise awareness about GYN cancers.

Please visit the N.E.D. website for more information and resources. Let's make some noise!

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  • No Evidence of Disease continues to reverberate with impactful campaigns to raise awareness for GYN cancers.

  • Over 2,500 television broadcasts, with an ​82% carriage rate and a reach of 230 million people.

  • Nearly 200 screenings worldwide, with an approximate audience of 10,000.

  • The N.E.D. band has performed in 80 concerts for over 40,000 attendees and raise over $1.5 million for research.

  • Stone Soup partnered with Regal Cinemas and screened the film in 47 theaters in the U.S. and Canada on World Cancer Day 2015.  Each screening included a talkback with a local survivor, advocate or cancer specialist.


  • Production of the film led to the creation of a modular educational series titled "What Every Woman Should Know" that shares lifesaving information about the five major gynecologic cancers.


  • Available online as a free downloadable resource.


  • Has been translated into Spanish and Arabic.​

  • Stone Soup continues to expand screening initiatives to underserved communities in coordination with new organizational partners across the country, such as the Gynecologic Oncology Group (GOG). ​​​


  • The greatest impact has been the number of women who say they saw the film and scheduled a doctor's appointment immediately after. That has been and always will be the primary goal of our outreach campaign!

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