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What are the signs and symptoms of ? Dana-Farber's Mark Pomerantz, MD, explains.
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Dana-Farber's Office of Innovation is excited to join the Twitter Community!
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Dr. Hodi, Director of the Melanoma Center and Center for Immuno-Oncology , presented on immune checkpoint blockades to a full house at today’s CCR Grand Rounds
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Cancer is complex, and it's not always easy to determine why it develops. There is much speculation about what causes the disease, but experts agree that these six factors do not play a role in the development of .
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WATCH: discusses how our new Center for Prevention of Progression will support and care for patients with precursor hematologic conditions which increase the risk for developing blood cancers and other health issues.
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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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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 Feb 21
When it comes to her ability to conquer new challenges, Deb Shea says living with a for 31 years has certainly played a part.
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Dana-Farber Feb 21
For cancer patients, music and —the clinical use of music as a tool to help achieve treatment goals—can be used to develop positive coping skills that come with a cancer diagnosis. 🎼
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Dana-Farber Feb 21
BRCA1 and BRCA2 are among the most well-known hereditary mutations for cancer. But how common are they? And for what cancers do they raise a person's risk?
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Dana-Farber Feb 21
For cancers such as cervical, vaginal and endometrial, radiation therapy is often used to target the and minimize damage to healthy tissue. We break down the different types of therapy, including advances in image-guided .
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Dana-Farber Feb 21
After undergoing a promising new treatment for acute lymphoblastic (ALL), Cole Malone is back to doing what he loves: playing on a flag football team with his twin brother, Michael. 🏈
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Dana-Farber Feb 21
Cellular diversity—or heterogeneity—in tumors makes challenging to treat. Scientists are investigating how this diversity can be lessened to make treatments more effective, and recently found a link in cells.
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Dana-Farber Feb 20
There was a time when Georgette Hannoush couldn’t imagine a bright future. Now, Hannoush has been in for more than three years.
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Dana-Farber Feb 20
A growing number of are testing the potential role of natural killer cells—"NK cells"—in cancer .
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Dana-Farber Feb 20
William Holbrook was diagnosed with a rare type of when he was 10 months old. Today, he's in remission—and "he's finally able to be a kid," his mom says.
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Dana-Farber Feb 20
How is different than ? What kind of side effects can chemotherapy cause? Here are the answers—plus tips for patients who are starting this type of cancer treatment.
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The Jimmy Fund Feb 20
Today we’re sharing Senior Photographer Sam Ogden’s favorite photos. Sam has been a photographer at Dana-Farber since 2005 and was a patient himself after being diagnosed with in 2004. He is one of our Unsung Heroes of Dana-Farber.
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