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Tuesday Persists Until All Patients With Cancer are Taken Care Of

May 20th 2022

By Marlon Garzo Saria

The care received by our patients (with cancer) has been described as “exemplary,” an incredible achievement for an infusion center that was a revolving door for short-term travel nurses with little-to-no full-time staff to provide the continuity of care that oncology nurses are well-known and admired for.

Trial Launches to Study a New Drug for B-Cell Malignancies

May 20th 2022

By Brielle Benyon

NX-5948 may be able to pass through the blood-brain barrier in patients with B-cell malignancies, potentially making it a promising option for patients with disease in their central nervous system.

Having Cancer Makes Me Live on the Edge, Though I Never Asked To

May 20th 2022

By Jane Biehl Ph.D.

Cancer is a dangerous disease that comes with many difficult decisions, making me constantly feel like I’m living on the edge.

PGA Tour Golfer Justin Thomas Urges People to Check for Melanoma, ‘One Life to Live’ and ‘As the World Turns’ Actress Marnie Schulenburg Dies from Cancer and More

May 20th 2022

By Brielle Benyon

From PGA Tour golfer Justin Thomas’ new sun-protection line to soap opera actress Marnie Schulenburg’s breast cancer death and the first child to receive CAR-T cell therapy celebrating 10 years cancer-free, here’s what’s happening in the cancer space this week.

Educated Patient® MPN Summit Clinical Trials Presentation: May 7, 2022

May 20th 2022

By Colleen Moretti

Watch Kapila Viges, from the MPN Research Foundation, discuss clinical trials, during the CURE Educated Patient MPN Summit.