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University of Colorado’s Adam Green, MD, aims to use research findings to help address disparities in childhood cancers.
Approved for CLL and SLL—types of leukemia and lymphoma—Brukinsa caused fewer heart-related side effects in trials.
An explanation of the cancer treatment: how it works and how it’s performed.
Hayley Arceneaux, who survived pediatric cancer, hopes her pioneering journey will inspire other patients.
The Philadelphia Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom has been battling Ewing’s sarcoma for most of 2020.
Psychologist Seth Axelrod, PhD, has metastatic bone cancer—and a unique set of therapeutic skills that help him live with it.
This technique can relieve pain related to osteoid osteoma.
A horned dino is believed to have had osteosarcoma almost 77 million years ago.
In this show, a man with cancer asks his six friends to be everything for his daughters once he’s diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Even cancer that doesn’t affect the bones directly can contribute to bone problems.
A new study could help shape how these cancers are diagnosed and treated.
In observance of Sarcoma Awareness Month, here are some facts about this rarely diagnosed childhood bone cancer.
In a mouse model, drug compounds known as CDK12 inhibitors both slowed growth of Ewing sarcoma tumors and extended the lives of the mice.
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