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It’s not uncommon for patients to take to a pen after a diagnosis. Peter Rooney’s taken that to another level in his new book, Immunopatient: The New Frontier of Curing Cancer. Learn more: 📖
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Dana-Farber Feb 17
People with certain chronic health conditions, including cancer, have a higher risk of becoming ill with the flu. A is the best way to prevent the flu. Learn more:
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The Jimmy Fund Feb 17
Help us spread kindness today. For every retweet, Cancer Fighters Club will give $10 – up to $4,000 – to support patients.
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Dana-Farber Feb 17
A biopsy can be used to diagnose and a variety of other conditions. Learn more:
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Dana-Farber Feb 17
February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Here are 10 tips for reducing your risk of developing certain cancers:
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Dana-Farber Feb 16
Probiotics: Can They Help Cancer Patients?
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Dana-Farber Feb 16
Replying to @jenn_stebbins
Hi Jenn, If you are interested in coming to Dana-Farber for treatment, our Patient Financial Assistance program helps patients who don't have the ability to pay for their health care. Learn more here: We wish you all the best! -DFCI
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Dana-Farber Feb 16
Replying to @PeterPiazza8
Thank you for the kind words about Dana-Farber, Peter. We wish you and your family all the best. -DFCI
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Kraft Family Blood Donor Center Feb 16
Blood and platelets donated at the Kraft Center benefit patients at and - and we have plenty of open appointments next week after the holidays! Email BloodDonor@partners.org to schedule a life-saving donation.
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Dana-Farber Feb 16
Replying to @ski4me1
Hi George, Thank you very much for sharing your story and for the kind words about Dana-Farber. We wish you and your wife all the best! -DFCI
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Dana-Farber Feb 16
Gene therapy technology has been developed over several decades and has been successfully used to correct rare blood and disorders in children. It is also being used in cancer treatment. Learn more:
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
This we are recognizing the children around the world who have been diagnosed with cancer, and the work being done to improve outcomes for these children
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DanaFarber/BCH Feb 15
knows no boundaries, but a child's chance for survival depends mostly on where they live. That's why is collaborating with partner sites worldwide to improve survival rates.
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
Some cancer survivors report that they still feel tired or worn out after treatment is over. In fact, is one of the most common complaints during the first year after treatment. Learn more:
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
“Living” drugs consist of fully functional cells that have been selected and often modified to treat specific diseases, such as cancer. Cell therapies, such as therapy, fall into this category:
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
Replying to @VickiSumner1
Hi Vicki! Thanks for your question. You can find a list of our current clinical trials here:
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
Replying to @Annewart4
Thanks for your question! We have numerous clinical trials for ovarian cancer, some of which may not be available elsewhere. Check out the full list here:
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
What is a Benign Tumor and What is a Malignant ?
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
Precision medicine and are changing the landscape of cancer treatment. Here's what you should know:
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Dana-Farber Feb 15
What Does a Breast Cancer Lump Feel Like?
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