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Jack Martin Fund Gives $3.5 Million to Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital to Establish State-of-the-Art Child and Adolescent
Novel drug shows promising efficacy for patients with multiple myeloma
Fighting cancer with organoid models, cell characteristics and zebrafish
Gaps in Representation of Women and Younger Scholars Among Medical Educators
Simple skin biopsy can assess tissue damage related to Covid
New research identifies more effective weapon against blood cancers
Researchers create single-cell framework to potentially enhance CAR T-cell therapy
UC Davis oncologist and researcher receives local cancer award
Study shows HIV speeds up body’s aging processes soon after infection
Dana-Farber’s Irene Ghobrial, MD selected as William Dameshek Prize winner
Mantle cell lymphoma treatment varies according to setting
First Approved CAR T-Cell Therapy Shows Continued Benefits Five Years Later
Cancer Survivor Credits Doctors at UConn Health for Determination to Find Answers
Where you live may shape your access to hospice care
New Data Show Benefits of CRISPR-edited Gene Therapy for Blood Disorders
Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s again named top pediatric cancer program
AstraZeneca demonstrates pipeline and portfolio strength across malignant and rare haematological diseases
Study identifies best treatment for rare childhood cancer
Calquence plus obinutuzumab demonstrated sustained survival benefit
Immune therapy targets cells that cause leukemia relapse
Researchers Identify Novel Factors Involved in Silencing Fetal Hemoglobin
Expanding Telehealth Possibilities: Performing Virtual Frailty Exams in Home
Performing virtual frailty exams in home
Study reveals potential therapies for aggressive lymphoma
Drugs used to treat blood cancer could activate “sleeping” cancer-causing gene
Mount Sinai Receives NIH Grant to Train Clinician-Scientists in Emergency Care Research
Major discovery provides new hope for blood cancer patients
UConn Health Physicians Recognized as ‘Top Doctors’
Rilzabrutinib for blood disorder reveals promise in phase 1-2 clinical trial
Some Latino children diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia face higher risk of relapse compared to non-Latino white children
Sunlight’s healing effects help imperiled green sea turtles with tumors
Friend or foe? immune system collaborates with blood cancer cells
Attend ‘Survivor: Intersections of Cancer and Mental Health with Ethan Zohn’ on April 26
St. Jude researchers honored for contributions to treatment of pediatric blood disorders
NCI-COG Pediatric MATCH study shows benefit of genetic screening in refractory tumors
Study shows long-term safety of genetically modified immune effector cells
Could CAR T cells offer hope for an HIV cure?
Lower dose of Covid drug is effective – and allows treatment for more
First Ukrainian pediatric cancer patients evacuated to U.S. arrive safely at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Axi-cel proves effective as first-line treatment for high-risk lymphoma
Research reveals cancer patients do benefit from Covid vaccination
With Fundacja Herosi, St. Jude aids Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders
With Herosi Foundation, St. Jude aids Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders
With Fundacja Herosi, St. Jude aids Ukranian children with cancer and blood disorders
Why multiple myeloma returns
Cellular process suggests path to new treatment options
Pandemic upends breast cancer diagnoses
Awards & Accolades 5 February