Paths of Progress Spring/Summer 2010

        2010-Spring-Summer-CoverA selection of articles from the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Paths of Progress, along with exclusive, online-only stories and features.

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        • Vitamin D and cancer

          Dana-Farber researchers are studying vitamin D to determine its potential health benefits, and particularly its role in cancer prevention and survival.

        • Setting a new standard

          How former Dana-Farber president (and Nobel Prize-winner) Baruj Benacerraf, MD, turned modern immunology on its head.

        • Making progress for cancer survivors

          Through education, outreach, and research, Dana-Farber helps cancer survivors and their doctors stay vigilant about health and wellness.

        • Online exclusive: Cancer's 'seasons of survivorship'

          Dr. Ken Miller, co-director of the Perini Family Survivors' Center, says there are four phases of cancer survivorship that health care providers should recognize.

        • An interview with Holcombe Grier, MD

          Dr. Grier reflects on his 24 years as a pediatric oncologist and shares his approach to caring for young cancer patients and their families – and what they have taught him.

        • Gaining ground against kidney cancer

          Advances in kidney cancer treatment mean an increase in survival rates, even for patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma.

        • Caring for older cancer patients

          Dana-Farber cancer specialist Nadine Jackson McCleary has a passion for helping older people that goes back to her childhood.

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