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“[We must] make sure these families have access to the resources they need to ensure their children can get the highest quality care.”
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Retinoblastoma is an uncommon cancer of the eye that is curable when diagnosed in its early stages.
Families with Medicaid more likely to face lags in diagnosis, practical obstacles, UCSF study shows.
Investigators wanted to see if blinatumomab could increase survival rates free from leukemia and be less toxic than intensive chemotherapy.
With modern chemotherapy regimens, “no child with ALL really should get prophylactic radiation,” said Ching-Hon Pui, MD.
Results of a two-year study of a monoclonal antibody combined with induction chemotherapy to treat children with the disease were positive.
Prescribing a medicine for a purpose not approved by the FDA is legal and common. It sometimes leads to new and effective uses of a drug.
Although we’ve seen progress in recent years related to childhood cancer, there continue to be gaps where more effort could be beneficial.
Researchers are learning how best to use this powerful modality while avoiding serious toxicities.
Doctors say there is no replacement.
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