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Kristie L. Kahl
The replacement of vincristine with Velcade (bortezomib) in the R-CHOP regimen for the treatment of transplantation-ineligible patients with newly diagnosed mantle cell lymphoma improved overall survival in a final analysis of the LYM-3002 trial.
Jessica Skarzynski
After seeing encouraging phase 1 results, the phase 2 portion of a clinical trial currently evaluating the efficacy of the BET inhibitor CPI-0610 in patients with myelofibrosis has been enhanced and expanded.
Brielle Urciuoli
For many patients with polycythemia vera, hydroxyurea is a beneficial first-line treatment. But that’s not the case for everyone. One expert discusses which drugs should be used next.
Katie Kosko
The immunotherapy agent Keytruda is showing promise for treating non-muscle invasive bladder cancer, according to a recent study.
Katie Kosko
Understanding the type of MPN can affect how care is carried out and how well it may work.
Kristie L. Kahl
A recent study found that fatigue reported among newly diagnosed patients with multiple myeloma may predict survival outcomes.
Kristie L. Kahl
Preliminary findings showed that Revlimid (lenalidomide) significantly prolonged progression-free survival compared with observation in patients with smoldering multiple myeloma.
Jessica Skarzynski
The anti-PD-1 monoclonal antibody TSR-042 may be safe and effective for the treatment of patients with microsatellite-high (MSI-H) endometrial cancer.
Kristie L. Kahl
A blood test may help to identify a subset of patients with mantle cell lymphoma and determine the management of outcomes of these individuals.
Jessica Skarzynski and Kristie L. Kahl
After receiving a breast cancer diagnosis “out of the blue” in 1996, Sue Friedman would later come to find out she also has a BRCA2 genetic mutation – a discovery that would lead to the creation of an organization for individuals in a similar situation.

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