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Sarcoma Alliance Aug 13
Researchers found that a type of benign tumor similar to a , and associated with type 2, produces a compound not in normal cells that helps the tumor grow. This could lead to drugs targeting the tumor while sparing normal cells.
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Corrie Painter, PhD Aug 16
Picking our kids up from today. Spent the last 4 days contemplating how lucky I am to still be alive 9 years after my dx. One step in front of the other, 40 miles, 8 4K footers in 4 days.
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SPAEN 17h
Anybody who's affected by : Please help us identify the top 10 unanswered questions you want sarcoma research to address. This will help guide sarcoma research! Share your thoughts & fill out our survey:
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Jon Trent, MD, PhD Aug 17
It will be very difficult IMO for artificial intelligence to replace any member of the healthcare team.
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Carrie Northcott 16h
USC surgery this Wednesday for my bro-n-law🙏🏼We’ve spoken to medical examiners, his surgeons, member services, (denial) boards-they’ve not budged. We need your help to get him to surgery this Wednesday!
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Jon Trent, MD, PhD 21h
Replying to @j_thePA
Our team sends a personal, handwritten card any time a patient passed. Also, we take pictures with patients, we celebrate milestones like 5 year NED, and learn about their personal life. IDK but maybe since it’s rare, IS personal.
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Sarcoma Alliance Aug 11
Could a diet restricting the amino acid methionine help during cancer treatment? Researchers found that for a mouse model of soft tissue , a restricted diet reversed radiation resistance. Intriguing, but a lot more research is needed.
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Jon Trent, MD, PhD Aug 17
Love . Why search for anything other than ......
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Pt.Platform Sarcomen Aug 10
If you love to run, come run with us!
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Chen Yang, MD Aug 16
First time seeing a synovial sarcoma with predominantly glandular to micro-cystic histology. Not to mention the abundant clear to eosinophilic cytoplasm that reminds me of other epithelial malignancies.
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Grünewald Lab Aug 16
🔥Our NEW study on the role of as a prognostic in is out and freely available 👇👇👇 Great collaboration of & many more!
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Katie Hardyman Aug 15
Overwhelming school spirit and support by in their support of cancer and the 2019 Summit for sarcoma. Fabulous fundraiser today with the the staff vs student cricket match 🏏🏏
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Matt Spraker Aug 13
Thanks for sharing. Just wanted to point out that it looks like the song was dedicated to someone who died quite young, maybe from a . Unclear though... PS my unsolicited opinion is "glad for awareness" 😀
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British Sarcoma Group Aug 16
We've had a great response so far to the survey we emailed out to members last week. There's still time to have your say and to help us plan our next study day on Survey closes 23 August:
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UB Surgery Residency Aug 14
Dr. John Kane to present on at our weekly tomorrow morning as part of the Surgical Oncology Lecture Series.
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Dr Sameer Rastogi Aug 14
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Sarcoma-Oma Aug 17
So sadly, we’ve lost this maintenance engineer from New Orleans to - here’s to hoping that the investment in the first Sarcoma Trial mdandersoncancercenter will lead to longer and…
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OREF Aug 14
The impact and efficacy of surveillance in patients with of the extremities: via
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AACR Foundation Aug 16
Learn about Kaposi sarcoma, a form of cancer that develops in the skin, and the mucous membranes lining the mouth, nose, and throat; lymph nodes; or other organs.
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Suzie Siegel Aug 10
NY study: People with superficial skin were less likely to have it come back if they had Mohs micrographic surgery.
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