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SWOG Cancer Research Network runs publicly funded clinical trials that have saved 3 million+ years of life. Founded by the National Cancer Institute in 1956.
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 22
Peer-reviewed data shows remdesivir for COVID-19 improves time to recovery
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 22
Thanks for the coverage of this trial, Physical activity before, after breast cancer treatment ‘consistently associated’ with improved survival
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Yale Cancer Center May 22
Congratulations . for receiving the 2020 Distinguished Public Service Award for his outstanding leadership in science policy and research.
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Siwen Hu-Lieskovan May 22
Val provided much needed help during my junior faculty years and guided me to navigate the cooperate group efforts and connected me to people alike. My deepest condolence to Sam and the rest of her family. She will be missed.
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 22
Val Guild was the longest-serving patient advocate at , helping create a culture and processes so patients are heard at every stage of trial development. Val led with intelligence and grace. Proud to have her daughter, Samantha, take her place on our melanoma committee.
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The Cancer Letter May 22
"Let’s not form blue ribbon panels to study disparities in deaths—Instead, let’s find the will to act" — Guest editorial by 's Rob Winn () & Katherine Tossas. Read more:
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The Cancer Letter May 22
Guest editorial by : CCC19 bridging the knowledge gap for patients with . First results to be heart at 2020 Annual Meeting (). —
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 22
Our blog "A Spring of Powerhouse Publications and Presentations" with Lajos Puzstai, Priyanka Sharma, and Sylvia Adams. Great work at and more.
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Destiny May 22
A little exercise goes a long way for high-risk breast cancer patients according to results by from . Just a moderate amt of activity can reduce cancer recurrence and extend lives. via
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 22
Fantastic! Congratulations to investigator - a study chair of our trial - for this significant award. Kudos also to This recognizes a career of high-impact work.
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National Cancer Institute May 22
How does affect people with cancer? NCI plans to find out through a long-term, nationwide study:
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National Cancer Institute May 22
In June, NCI will solicit applications to establish Serological Sciences Centers of Excellence of collaborating investigators and for research projects related to the serological response to : (Request for Applications)
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National Cancer Institute May 22
For updates on treatment guidelines from please follow
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 21
‘It’s something I have never seen’: How the Covid-19 virus hijacks cells via
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Science in Seattle May 21
Leading a new collaboration with , Dr. at outlines their intent to develop a digital remote-monitoring system for patients undergoing cancer treatment.
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Gideon Gil May 21
Recovery from Covid-19 is filled with uncertainty. An antibody test offered me a little comfort via
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SWOG Cancer Research Network May 21
A little exercise goes a long way for high-risk breast cancer patients according to results by from . Just a moderate amt of activity can reduce cancer recurrence and extend lives. via
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AACR May 21
Abstracts are now being accepted for the AACR VIRTUAL MEETING: COVID-19 AND CANCER, July 20-22. This special conference will focus on presentations of emerging data in basic, clinical, and epidemiologic research related to COVID-19 and cancer.
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Vivek Subbiah, MD May 21
Surprised that many colleagues not on / social media are not aware of virtual . Please spread the word to EVERYONE🥁🥁🥁 is happening with plenary, clinical science symposia, poster discussions & poster. 📢 👉May 29-May 31.
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The Cancer Letter May 21
Nancy Davidson on : "I think that the word 'unprecedented' is pretty overused right now; isn’t it?" (, )
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