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AstraZenecaUS Dec 12
This week at , we’re presenting data in . We are committed to putting patients first and continuing our relentless research in order to address unmet medical need for patients with difficult-to-treat cancers such as metastatic breast cancer.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 11
Join us and this morning as we present results from the DESTINY-Breast01 trial at . We are committed to advancing research & treatment options for patients with HER2+ metastatic breast cancer. Learn more:
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 10
Approximately 1 in 5 breast cancer diagnoses are HER2 positive. Tomorrow at , we will present results from the DESTINY-Breast01 trial in HER2+ metastatic with
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 10
We’re excited to be onsite at the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, joining a broad spectrum of researchers, providers and patient advocates to share and learn the latest in breast cancer research.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 10
It’s been an impactful and motivational few days at in Orlando. Hear from Chatrick Paul, our new Head of US Oncology, to learn more about the promising research we presented across multiple types of .
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 10
Along with , we’ve taken our 2019 local markets movement across the nation, spreading the word about the power of survivorship and storytelling and reinforcing that there is hope for survivors
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 9
We’re at to share and learn about the latest research, which has the potential to help patients like Jim, who hasn’t let his chronic lymphocytic stop him from keeping up with his wife, kids, grandkids and great-grandkids:
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 9
It’s crucial that all patients know the resources they have at their disposal – Victoria Sherry, NP explains how care teams can help. Learn more about what resources are available to some patients at
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 9
Don’t miss our presentation of new data for patients with anemia from primary myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS)! Today at at 5:00 PM ET.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 8
To kick off Day 2 at our team got active by participating in the seventh annual Run/Walk event to benefit the ASH Foundation. This has become one of our favorite traditions at the conference!
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 8
At we’re raising awareness about the science of . Did you know that B cells in the bone marrow and lymph nodes contain an enzyme, or kinase, called Bruton’s tyrosine kinase (BTK) that regulates the development, function and survival of B cells?
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 7
More effective and tolerable therapies are needed for people living with chronic lymphocytic (CLL). We remain dedicated to advancing the science and improving the lives of these patients.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 7
We’re presenting innovative new research in at . Check out our press release for more on the results of our ELEVATE-TN trial in chronic lymphocytic (CLL):
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American Kidney Fund Dec 5
As many as 1 in 3 patients with also struggle with high potassium – a chronic condition w/ some serious health risks. Join us for a Facebook Live on December 12 to learn how patients can use and to manage high potassium long-term.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 6
We’re excited to see our partnership with continue to benefit middle school students across the country! We are passionate about STEM education & hope more classes will enjoy learning as and students have.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 6
: While season starts in October, the virus can circulate as late as May. says the best way to prevent flu is to receive a yearly vaccine.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 6
At we connected with focused patient advocacy groups to discuss the role of caregivers in the community and how we can empower them in their role. Thank you to , and for leading the impactful conversation.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 6
The importance of staging explained by Dr Roy Decker at our roundtable discussion – learn more about staging at
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 5
We’re at the Annual Meeting this week to share our latest research. Follow along with us during to learn more about our scientific advancements in hematology.
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AstraZenecaUS Dec 5
is no fun! Common symptoms include fever, sore throat, runny nose and fatigue. Talk to your doctor about available vaccination options to help prevent the spread of the flu.
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