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MD Anderson Cancer Center 4h
“Masking is still the best way to reduce transmission,” says infectious disease expert Dr. Roy Chemaly:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 6h
Caregiver Nitin Vaidya shares how being informed and asking questions to Dr. Daniel Booser helped him cope during his wife’s breast cancer treatment:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 8h
It’s never too late to start protecting your skin. Establish a good sun safety routine at any age with these tips from our Dr. Susan Chon:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 9h
“There’s promise here, but we have a lot of work ahead,” says our Dr. Florencia McAllister of her work studying the microbiome and its effect on pancreatic cancer:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 11h
“Over the last five years, we’ve had amazing activity in the immunotherapy space,” says our of treatment advances in renal cell carcinoma.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 14h
Replying to @dkotrla
What wonderful news, Deanna. Congratulations, and happy birthday to Brooke.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 14h
Typically, minimal residual disease cells don’t cause any symptoms, but they have the potential to lead to a relapse. Our Dr. Ghayas Issa shares what leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma patients should know:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 15h
At MD Anderson, we take the health of our community and our loved ones seriously. That’s why we’re committed to wearing masks when in public – both at work and when we’re out in the community.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 17h
Replying to @judiannrocks
We're thinking of you, Judi.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 18h
Our Dr. Shannon Westin explains why managing side effects related to precision medicine is an important step in helping endometrial cancer patients.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
“Just because you’re immune today doesn’t mean you’ll still be immune 3 or 6 months from now,” says our infectious disease expert Dr. Roy Chemaly.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Stomach cancer symptoms include: -abdominal pain or discomfort -loss of appetite -diarrhea or constipation Learn more:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Stay home. Stay safe. Save lives. Watch to see how the choices we each make during the COVID-19 pandemic impact our larger community and can help protect those most vulnerable, like our cancer patients.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Replying to @DrugsNSatan
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We are aware of these very concerning posts and looked into them, but this person is not an MD Anderson employee. We encourage you to report the comments directly to Facebook as derogatory so they can help address them.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Replying to @lainiemschultz
Let us know if there's anything we can do for you while you're here, Lainie.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
An MD Anderson study shows social distancing can slow the spread of COVID-19, protecting cancer patients and our larger community:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Replying to @UnicornPoet @clemensmd
We're so sorry to hear about your diagnosis. We're looking into this question for you. In the meantime, if you'd like to request an appointment, please call 1-877-632-6789, or complete our online self-referral form: .
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Replying to @JoseBudo @clemensmd
Hi there, thanks for reaching out. We are looking into this for you and will share an answer when we learn more. Best wishes to you.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Involuntary weight loss is a common side effect for many cancer patients and can negatively impact treatment. But there are ways to help prevent it. Learn how from our Dr. Rony Dev:
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MD Anderson Cancer Center Aug 5
Watch to learn how lymphedema can impact certain cancer patients, and the options we have to treat this common side effect.
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