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Many Young Patients With Cancer Unaware of Fertility Preservation Options
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Crossing the Divide
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Understanding how the immune system controls itself has led to advances in immunotherapy.
Great Possibilities
BY MIKE HENNESSY
Patient success stories illustrate the hope promised by cancer immunotherapy.
Seeing Red
BY MICHAEL A. POSTOW
Rash is the most common side effect of cancer immunotherapies, but patients should watch for more serious issues.
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