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  • Dr. David Reardon talks about Senator John McCain's brain cancer diagnosis.


Tags: BrainTumors

  • Dr. Patrick Ott along with Dr. Catherine Wu led a study showing that personalized cancer vaccines might prove safer and more effective than immune-based therapies.

Tags: Melanoma

  • Dr. Patrick Wen talks about Meningiomas, brain tumors that arise from the thin coverings of the brain and spinal cord called the meninges.

Tags: BrainTumors

  • Dr. Brian Wolpin is working on a clinical trial that would involve studying the DNA of a pancreatic cancer patient's tumor in order to personalize treatment.

Tags: PancreaticCancer

  • Dr. Harold Burstein comments that women with a family history of breast and ovarian cancer should have genetic testing performed.


Tags: BreastCancer, OvarianCancer

  • Dr. Laurie Glimcher was named one of the 50 most influential leaders in healthcare for 2017.

Tags: BasicResearch

  • Dr. Nathanael Gray led new research developing molecules that appear to safely tan human skin without UV exposure.

Tags: Melanoma

  • Dr. Dipanjan Chowdhury is studying an new test that can detect levels of molecules in blood and other bodily fluids for radiation exposure.

Tags: BasicResearch

  • Dr. Bruce Johnson comments on new technology that helps address common problems in cancer care.

Tags: PatientSupport

  • Dr. Ann Partridge comments on a new study that is testing whether it's safe for breast cancer survivors who want to get pregnant to suspend taking the hormone-blocking drugs.

Tags: BreastCancer

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