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ATTN: Dec 10
The cure to cancer could be in our DNA. Made in partnership w/
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Studies have shown that circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) in adult may offer crucial clues about genetic mutations and how tumors respond to treatment. Researchers are now working to bring these ctDNA “liquid biopsies” to pediatric tumors as well.
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Dana-Farber Dec 10
What is and why is everyone talking about it? Benjamin S. Kematick, PharmD, BCACP, explains the reported health benefits of CBD, potential side effects, and where further research is still needed.
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Dana-Farber Dec 10
: HER2 mutations can cause treatment resistance in metastatic ER-positive :
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Dana-Farber News Dec 10
New research from shows that HER2 mutations can be acquired in ER+ metastatic breast cancer leading to treatment resistance:
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Dana-Farber Dec 10
For a treatment that has been around such a long time, you might be surprised to learn that preparing for infusion can be quite complicated.
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Dana-Farber Dec 10
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Dana-Farber Dec 10
New research by Dana-Farber's Shoshana Rosenberg, ScD, MPH, presented at , reveals that attention to both physical and psychosocial health is essential in improving quality of life following surgery:
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Dana-Farber Dec 10
Mainly affecting postmenopausal women, occurs when cancer cells form in the tissues of the endometrium, or the lining of the uterus. Learn about the signs and symptoms that may indicate endometrial cancer.
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Dana-Farber Dec 9
In early 2018, Sandra Linberg received an infusion of shortly after the therapy was approved for treating her type of . After only one month, her had completely disappeared – she was in a complete remission.
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Dana-Farber Dec 9
A variety of efforts are underway to apply to cancer treatment. While most are in early, exploratory stages, one approach, CAR T-cell therapy, is FDA approved for use as a therapy in certain groups of patients.
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Dana-Farber Dec 7
Congratulations to Ann Partridge, MD, MPH, honored as the 2018 Outstanding Investigator for Breast Cancer Research at today! 🎉
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John Legere Dec 7
Genomic testing is changing lives and Dave is proof of that. It’s just one of the reasons I am personally matching your donations to up to $1M during the month of December. Click the link below & hit “Help us conquer cancer” now!
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Dana-Farber Dec 7
Learn more about treatment today at . and will lead discussions on treating breast cancer patients at 2:15pm.
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Dana-Farber Dec 7
Rich Oakley was treated at Dana-Farber for Hodgkin as a high school senior. Today, he manages communications for both and the department of Research Communications at Dana-Farber.
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Dana-Farber Dec 7
As more young women with breast cancer opt to undergo , how is their quality of life affected? Dr. Laura Dominici explains the new research shared at .
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Dana-Farber Dec 6
Alan Dynner was diagnosed with acute myeloid (AML) in 2016 at 76 years old. He qualified for a reduced-intensity —and now, with effectively a new immune system, he is back to his regular routine. ❤️
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Dana-Farber Dec 6
In new , physician-scientist is evaluating cytokine-induced memory-like NK cells after transplant for patients with , , and .
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Dana-Farber Dec 6
., diagnosed with hemophilia at 13 months old, shares how hospitals & doctors ignited his drive to become a physician, and how his diagnoses with , hepatitis C, and treatment complications did not stop him from having a family and career.
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Dana-Farber Dec 6
There’s a reason Jessica Audette refers to her kids as her “miracle children”—Audette is a survivor, and it wasn’t always clear that she would be able to have kids.
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