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Hope Comes in Many Forms for Patients With Cancer
BY TARA HAELLE
For many with glioblastoma, there’s no clear path after standard therapy, but scientists are exploring an array of new options.
Facing the Fear of Recurrence
BY KATHY LATOUR
Find ways to make fear of recurrence part of your cancer journey.
Cancer Is Not Who I Am
BY NORA MACKIN LALLY
Why one woman will not let the disease define who she is.
Who Will Reduce Barriers to Cancer Care?
BY JILL VONDRASEK, MBA MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING
An Extraordinary Healer essay honoring MARY SMANIA, D.N.P., FNP-BC, AGN-BC [ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, HEALTH PROGRAMS, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING, LIFE SCIENCE, LANSING, MICHIGAN]
Immunotherapy May Move Into Advanced Gynecologic Cancers
BY JASON HARRIS
The immunotherapy agent Opdivo (nivolumab) showed clinical acitivty in women who had recurrent/metastatic cervical cancer, and was active to a lesser extent in vaginal and vulvar cancers, according to results from the CheckMate-358 trial.
Senator John McCain Diagnosed With Glioblastoma
BY BRIELLE URCIUOLI
Senator John McCain was diagnosed with an aggressive glioblastoma after going to the Mayo Clinic for a routine exam.
USPSTF Says Ovarian Cancer Screening Is Unnecessary for Most Women
BY BRIELLE URCIUOLI
Ovarian cancer screening for women who do not have symptoms of the disease may do more harm than good, according to the USPSTF.
What’s Next for Drug Price Reforms in Oncology?
BY TONY HAGEN
“If you locked everybody in a room for a week, I think we could come up with something that everybody would be comfortable with,” said Blase Polite, M.D., a co-author of the statement, and immediate past chair of ASCO’s government relations committee.
A Team Effort to Fight Melanoma
BY ALLIE CASEY
Diagnosed with desmoplastic melanoma, sportscaster Holly Rowe is working with the Melanoma Research Foundation to teach about the disease.
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