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Official Twitter account of the CCR Vaccine Branch. Privacy: https://t.co/QIaGUMSD2j?amp=1
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NCI Center for Cancer Research Aug 16
Former physician-scientist writes about her own diagnosis and how being grateful and appreciating kindness keep her going.
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Aug 16
Thank you , proud alumna . for sharing your experience. Knowing what it is like to be at the other side of the desk in the clinic will make the oncology community a better partner for our patients.
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Aug 16
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National Cancer Institute Aug 11
The National Cancer Institute is developing a national repository of cancer cell models derived from patients in NCI-sponsored clinical trials:
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Leigh Ellis Aug 10
Opposing Functions of Interferon Coordinate Adaptive and Innate Immune Responses to Cancer Immune Checkpoint Blockade: Cell
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Aug 10
What is your stress blowing activity? Try one this weekend.
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Aug 6
Very helpful advice for career decisions. Ties to certain fields or geographic locations may make us feel we are limited in our choices but it may actually open a new door.
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Aug 6
is privileged to take part in and . hematology/oncology fellowship with et al. Wonderful place to work, get trained and learn .
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soria Aug 4
In ovarian cancer and breast cancer, CD24 promotes immune evasion via its interaction with the inhibitory receptor Siglec-10 expressed by tumour-associated macrophages. CD24 is a new ‘don’t eat me’ signal, and a potential target for
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Aug 2
Get ! You can prevent deadly cancer; why not try? Say checkmate to the cancer for you and your loved ones! Talk to your doctor.
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Tatiana Prowell, MD Aug 1
Congrats to learners in the home stretch! Before you open any protocol, know your drug(s) cold. For approved, latest label: . For inv, get IB from company. Participants place great trust in you to keep them safe. Honor that every day 100%
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NCI Center for Cancer Research Aug 1
Seeking outstanding professionals to help us create the medicines of tomorrow in the world’s largest dedicated research hospital
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Margaret Gatti-Mays MD FACP Jul 29
A phase I study plus in recurrent and ⁦Nicely done Dr Zimmer! ⁩ ⁦⁩ of the ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩.
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National Cancer Institute Aug 1
Do you have a friend or loved one with questions about cancer? NCI’s Cancer Information Service provides clear and reliable information on a range of topics in English and Spanish: 1-800-4-CANCER, email or chat:
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Dr. Doug Lowy Jul 29
The Childhood Cancer Data Initiative Symposium begins tonight and continues to Wednesday, July 31. You can watch this evening’s session as well as Tuesday and Wednesday morning’s on our livestream:
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Jul 29
Adding the true specialists at : Dr.
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Jul 29
This is what we do; learn about our mission and be our partner. Please, refer yourself/family/friends or your patients. We are NIH via
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NCICCR_VaccineBranch Jul 28
That is right! . is a health and biomedical resource central for all, from patients to doctors and from students to professors. Thank you for tagging
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National Cancer Institute Jul 27
What are genetic tests for hereditary cancer syndromes? Our summary explains:
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