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Suzie Siegel
Newspaper reporter & editor b4 metastatic . . Master's in women's studies. Website is archived one with some of my writing.
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That is so kind of you! I love that we have a community of patients trying to help ourselves and others
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Dr. Bill Timmer Sep 12
R-01 grant by Brian Van Tine uses metabolic therapy in a sarcoma clinical trial. . Attacking sarcoma tumor metabolism induces metabolic reprogramming that exposes tumor vulnerabilities which can be targeted.
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Sarcoma Alliance Sep 12
Limb salvage by replacing the patient's own tumor bone, after it has been resected and sterilized by radiation outside the body, is shown to be an effective method for restoration in and .
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R. Lor Randall Sep 12
Amazing inspiration: dinner with sarcoma thought beneath the Acropolis in Anthens! Representing the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society as President, and UC Davis, I am so grateful for my colleagues, regionally, nationally and globally! We are one communal world!
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Blueprint Medicines Sep 12
Patients First: this morning, a person living with and his wife shared their inspiring journey with the during our .
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Kate Ahmad Sep 9
If you don’t think women in medicine have problems - check out the required textbook for orthopaedics at one Australian med school.
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george demetri Sep 11
Replying to @kennamshaw @WorldCDx
Might not be the “same disease”. Need more granular and mechanistic definitions of disease to drive precision medicine. GIST is not the “same” GIST if mutations and kinase drivers are different, for example.
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Ioanna Nixon Sep 11
Spreading awareness on Working together is key.
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`((,(Dieter 'Hovekamp))) Sep 12
Mage-A4 in synovial sarcoma will be presented in November again
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NationwideChildren's Sep 12
Using a grant to go beyond what we know about Ewing sarcoma, and colleagues are moving toward new therapeutic targets for the difficult to treat cancer.
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David Gyorki Sep 12
Only 1 month to go until the annual scientific meeting. Bringing the Australian community together to discuss 'individualised care for the sarcoma patient'. Fantastic national and international speakers including some great debates!
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Suzie Siegel Sep 12
Replying to @coachjcowart
Here's more info on the sarcoma I think he has:
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Christina Roland, MD Sep 12
Was fantastic to have Carol Swallow from Toronto as Visiting Professor discussing international collaboration for retroperitoneal .
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Elsevier Surgery Sep 12
Risk factors for postoperative wound complications after extremity soft tissue sarcoma resection: A systematic review and meta-analyses. Recent publication in the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery:
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GYN Cancer | #GYNCSM Sep 12
Patient Resource | Guidelines for Patients: Uterine Cancer (Sep 2018) gyn
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Suzie Siegel Sep 12
Replying to @pxxge
You may reach more people by calling this sarcoma by its full name: malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor or
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Lyndsay E A Young Sep 12
So exciting to see my dissertation project featured on UK’s “Behind the Blue” Podcast! Check it out as we aim to find a treatment for Ewing Sarcoma 💙🧪🐱
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Katie Janeway Sep 4
Thanks Stacy for alerting me to this manuscript. It has been standard practice for us to refer all osteosarcoma patients for genetic counseling since data emerged revealing 10% incidence of germline TP53 mutations.
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Suzie Siegel Sep 12
Important international study found () given as outpatient therapy was just as safe & effective for people with & as when it was given inpatient. Authors include
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