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Investigating Clinical Trials, Treatments and Facing Cancer Setbacks with Katie Couric
The legendary broadcast journalist Katie Couric sat down with
® to discuss the setbacks she and her husband faced when pursuing new treatment and clinical trials.
With Addition of Checkpoint Inhibitors, Chemotherapy 'Not Going Away Anytime Soon'
With new ways to treat chemotherapy-induced side effects, it seems that chemotherapy, combined with checkpoint inhibitors, is here to stay for the foreseeable future, according to one expert.
A Trial for Every Patient and a Patient for Every Trial
R. Donald Harvey
One expert weighs the benefits and drawbacks of expanding clinical trials to be more inclusive and reflective of the general patient population with cancer.
Bitter or Better? Changing The Way You Perceive Your Diagnosis
Former NFL player Rolf Benirschke spoke to
® about his life-changing diagnosis and offers advice and encouragement to patients coping with a diagnosis of any kind.
Adapting to the New Normal When a Loved One Has Cancer
Katie Couric discussed the many challenges she faced while being a caregiver to her husband during his nine-month battle with colorectal cancer and shared how her career helped her to cope with the loss and turmoil in her life.
Lung Cancer Stigmas Affect Patients Psychosocially, Lead to Worse Health Outcomes
Studies show that the social stigma can actually affect a patient’s level of care and lead to worse health outcomes.
Tumor Mutation Burden May Be Predictive of Depression in Patients With Lung Cancer
Dr. Daniel McFarland
Tumor mutation burden may be an independent predictor of developing depression in patients with lung cancer, according to Dr. Daniel McFarland.
Being a Caregiver: The Unsung Heroes of Cancer
Katie Couric spoke about the challenges she faced while caring for her late husband while maintaining a career and taking care of her daughters’ needs during their family’s unfortunate circumstances.
Cell Therapies May Help Overcome Drug Resistance in Patients With Mantle Cell Lymphoma
Dr. Michael Wang
Breakthroughs such as CAR-T cell therapy in the treatment of mantle cell lymphoma could help patients overcome drug resistance and ultimately live longer, according to Dr. Michael Wang.
Addition of Trilaciclib May Mitigate Myelosuppression in Patients With Small Cell Lung Cancer
Dr. Lowell Hart
Trilaciclib, an intravenous CDK 4/6 inhibitor, in combination with Hycamtin may reduce chemotherapy-induced myelosuppression in small cell lung cancer, according to one expert.
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