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A selection of articles from the 2013 issue of Turning Point.
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Tarceva, a targeted therapy used to treat some types of non-small cell lung cancers, is showing promise in treating vulvar cancer in a recent Dana-Farber clinical trial.
Researchers at Dana-Farber look at the ways certain breast and ovarian cancers have similar gene mutations and shared treatments.
Tissue samples donated by patients are among medical researchers' most precious resources.
Breast cancer survivor Amy Tull Atwood describes her decision to donate tissue for research.
Using human tissue samples has helped researchers develop effective treatments for many breast and gynecologic cancers.
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