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The Moonshot has been achieving its intended goals and is rapidly advancing the science for a range of research priorities.
The National Cancer Institute answers some of your questions regarding the novel coronavirus.
Clinical trials are looking at new therapeutic opportunities and at ways to boost the effectiveness of current immunotherapy treatments.
The FDA offers researchers new guidance to help keep trials on track.
Some helpful websites to to look up if you or one of your loved ones is living with cancer.
We’re all familiar with vaccines that prime the immune system to prevent infections. Can a similar approach be used to fight cancer?
David J. Schwab, CCRP, is a clinical research coordinator for the radiation oncology department at the Siteman Cancer Center in St. Louis.
Former Air Force senior master sergeant Sheila McGlown, 53, has metastatic breast cancer. She lives with her husband near St. Louis.
“Why would patients take more chemotherapy and have more side effects, when less chemotherapy seems equally or even more beneficial?”
A month after receiving the treatment, there were higher levels of CAR T cells in the blood of patients who got the new therapy.
SU2C Health Equity Initiative aims to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in cancer research and improve outcomes for minority populations.
A new study developed a model categorizing the disease, and a treatment’s likelihood of success, based on the tumor’s site of origin.
Several NCI-funded randomized clinical trials comparing proton and traditional radiation therapy are currently ongoing.
“If you have the opportunity to be part of something that helps others, why wouldn’t you at least try it?”
This approval highlights a trend in cancer research, with drugs being designed for small, genetically defined populations of patients.
In the study, researchers assessed the potential of circulating tumor DNA to predict tumor response and disease progression.
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