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A car crash. A brain injury. University nursing grad Philiz Goh persevered – and is helping others do same
St. Jude researchers are among most highly cited scientists in last decade
Everest Family and Gaylord Foundation Pledge $7.5 Million Gift to OU to Benefit Cancer Care and Research
Weill Cornell entrepreneurship symposium touts innovation
Pancreatic Cancer Takes Lives of Beloved U.S. Icons
WVXU: Does your spinal fluid show if you have a tumor?
Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Reveals Rare Disorder
NCI awarding Emory $19.8 million to study cancer, autoimmune intersection w/ COVID-19
Cancer Immunotherapy ‘Uniquely Suppressed’ by Liver Tumors
Element in blood is part of stress response, study reveals
Tisch Cancer Institute Earns Second Consecutive Designation from National Cancer Institute
Study identifies genomic predictors of outcomes in high-risk bladder cancer
Mayo study identifies barriers to physician adoption of federal Right to Try law
Mayo study identifies barriers to physician adoption of federal Right to Try law
UVA Discovers Key Process in Cancer Tumor Formation
Rutgers-Led National Survey Uncovers Doctors’ Misconceptions About Nicotine Risks
Luminary Therapeutics and Case Western Reserve University enter formal collaboration for development of BAFF CAR
Seasonal flu vaccinations don’t ‘stick’ long-term in bone marrow
Combination therapy significantly improves survival outcomes for patients with acute myeloid leukemia
Mouse Study Shows Spinal Cord Injury Causes Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome
Discovery of novel autoantibody that is a major risk factor for recurrent pregnancy loss
New device designed to decontaminate N95 respirators in one minute-providing ideal option for small
Research: Immunotherapy safe for patients with COVID-19, cancer
A new nanoconjugate blocks acute myeloid leukemia tumor cells without harming healthy ones
Nanosized, with huge potential
Charcoal a weapon to fight superoxide-induced disease, injury
Yale IDs test to detect blood vessel injury, predict survival in COVID-19
Researchers ID test that detects injury, predicts survival in COVID-19
CSLBehring Gene Therapy Agreement with uniQure
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital president and CEO honored for contributions to pediatric cancer research
Repurposed drug shows promise for treating COVID-19 inflammation
Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s named a top pediatric cancer program
Multinational consortium reports COVID-19 impact on cancer patients
Researchers join consortium to study heightened impact of COVID-19 on cancer patients
More Selective Elimination of Leukemia Stem Cells and Blood Stem Cells
Global COVID-19 Observatory and Resource Center for Childhood Cancer to serve as hub for sharing information
Potential therapy for rare neurologic disease discovered
Plasma donors sought among recovered COVID-19 patients
This Is Breakthrough: Dr. Dan Pollyea
What blood tests of a COVID-19 patient can tell us
New nano strategy fights superbugs
New chemo combo shows promise versus pancreatic cancer
Hemophilia is being treated with gene therapy
Dana-Farber researchers to present more than 40 studies at 2019 ASH Annual Meeting
ERBA Mannheim to Unveil NEXUS Next Generation Automation at AACC 2019
Dana-Farber physician-scientist David Braun honored as Next Gen Innovator
Scientists use time travel to retrace how cancer evolves