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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center study points to expanded genomic testing that aims to benefit children and young adults
Adolescent and young adult leukemia survivors have shorter life span compared to those who have never had cancer
Adolescent and young adult leukemia survivors face higher mortality rates than general population for decades after diagnosis
Updates on gene therapy for ‘bubble boy’ disease and cellular immunotherapy at ASGCT
Frozen testicular tissue still viable after two decades
Strategy overcomes EZH2 inhibitor resistance in SMARCB1 mutated cancer
CHOP Oncologists Recognized at 2022 ASPHO Conference
Research reveals adolescent and young adult cancer survivors face increased cancer incidence and mortality risk
Biological pathways found that drive genomic changes and bone metastasis in ewing sarcoma, rare childhood cancer
We are more satisfied with life as we age, thanks to this neurochemical
Gene change explains chemo resistance in germ cell cancer
York academics to lead pioneering blood cancer research
American Society of Clinical Oncology honors St. Jude clinical brain tumor researcher
Pediatric cancer patients in lower- and middle-income countries faced significantly higher mortality risk during Covid pandemic
RACE Act increased number of cancer drugs with required studies for use in pediatric patients
Norman Sharpless steps down as director of National Cancer Institute
St. Jude at American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Celebrates 75th Anniversary
Remarks as Prepared for Delivery by First Lady Jill Biden at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
First Ukrainian pediatric cancer patients evacuated to U.S. arrive safely at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Chronologically young, biologically old– DNA linked to cancer survivors premature aging
Chronologically young, biologically old – DNA linked to cancer survivors’ premature aging
NIH launches program to offer molecular characterization of childhood cancers
Rare genetic anomaly linked to 20% of childhood Acute Myeloid Leukemia cases
Genomics Australia to guide future of genomic health and medicine over coming decade
Blood test could shorten hospital stays for children with cancer, new study reveals
Exposure to phthalates – ‘everywhere chemical’ – may increase children’s cancer risk
CHOP-Led Study Finds Bortezomib Improves Survival in Children with Newly Diagnosed T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma
Lower chance of pregnancy and childbirth after IVF with one ovary
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Receives $650,000 Donation to Advance Brain Tumor Research and Discoveries Within
Canadian Institutes of Health Research fund 2 Concordians for COVID-related studies
Cancer Council funds ground-breaking research into aggressive childhood cancers
Childhood cancer research pioneers backed by Four Diamonds and THON
Researchers to study possible links between fracking, water contaminants
Baylor receives more than $15.6 million in CPRIT funding
Baylor Creceives more than $15.6 million in CPRIT funding
Research finds high-risk subtype of relapsed pediatric AML
Health and Social Care Secretary Savid Javid – World Cancer Day speech
Ludwig Cancer Research study identifies potential vulnerability in drug-resistant neuroblastoma
Research lays foundation for prevention of most common childhood cancer
Health and Social Care Secretary Savid Javid World Cancer Day speech
World Cancer Day: closing care gap
2 University of Southern California scientists called to serve on Biden’s renewed Cancer Moonshot initiative
New arsenal in fight against childhood cancer
Top Victorian researchers join together to fight childhood cancer
Researchers Define 3-Tiered Molecular Classification of Pediatric Differentiated Thyroid Cancer
Researchers are developing cancer vaccine candidate
Families of children with cancer say pandemic has helped them feel seen, while putting them in peril