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What Are The Stages of Breast Cancer?
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How does play a role in pediatric ? Most young patients develop leukemia because of a mutation, or DNA change, that occurs randomly in a blood cell only, and is not inherited from a parent. Learn more:
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After being told that she had 6 months to live, metastatic patient Sayde Patel transferred her care to Dana-Farber. “Instead of crying, I wanted to fight,” Sayde says. "10 years later, I’m still here, and I’m still fighting." Read more:
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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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Basic, Clinical, and Translational Research: What’s the Difference?
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Where does your blood or platelet donation go? Learn more about how these life-saving help Dana-Farber patients every day.
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When genetic testing revealed they both had juvenile polyposis syndrome— a rare condition that predisposes a person to —Pat modeled for his son how to brave the challenges of a colectomy while continuing to live life to its fullest.
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Tracy & her 3 daughters all have . But it's not because of genetics. Read more:
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Swallowing therapy involves rehabilitating the affected areas and recovering normal function. Here's how it can help patients with head and neck who undergo surgery or radiation:
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? Several studies have linked consumption to a higher risk of many cancers, including breast, mouth, throat, larynx, esophagus, liver, and colon and rectum. Learn more:
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How nurse practitioners and doctors work together in cancer care :
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At age 22, Becky Sail was diagnosed with a rare called aggressive angiomyxoma. Here are her top 5 tips for facing a rare cancer:
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Probiotics: Can They Help Cancer Patients?
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Judy Wilkins tried four different regiments over 18 grueling months to try to put her into remission. Her team never could. But thanks to CAR T-cell therapy, Wilkins is cancer-free.
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Dana-Farber Jun 16
"Breast cancer is not what I choose to remember about my dad. Instead, I remember Jeffrey Collins as a shining symbol of fatherhood. I see my father in bookshelves and sunsets. I hear his voice when I am most afraid."
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Dana-Farber Jun 15
After breast cancer, helped Ann Marie Turo, OTR/L, regain her strength and independence.
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Dana-Farber Jun 15
Adult soft tissue can form almost anywhere in the body, but more than half of them begin in an arm or leg. Learn more:
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Going through brain cancer treatment at age 24, Alex Berking is experiencing a new connection to her late father – and drawing strength from his example.
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Keith Rohleder was diagnosed with BPDCN, a rare, aggressive blood cancer that most people have never heard of. After participating in a new at our Center and receiving a stem cell transplant, Rohleder is cancer-free.
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