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Introducing a Genomic Era in ET
Laura Michaelis, M.D.
Genomics are starting to play a crucial role in treatment planning for patients with essential thrombocythemia.
Finding Inspiration at the Biden Cancer Summit
CURE headed out to Washington, DC to cover the Biden Cancer Summit.
Granting Wishes for Pediatric Patients
All the wishes granted at Make-A-Wish New Jersey are special, from meet and greets with A-list celebrities, to smaller wishes that are just as meaningful.
Got Colon Cancer? Get Your Tumor Tested
Thomas K. Weber, M.D., FACS
Tumor testing can lead to different treatment choices and better outcomes.
A Word from Patrick Dempsey During National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
Patrick Dempsey discusses National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
Using the BARF Scale to Measure Nausea
Elizabeth Davis, B.S.N., RN, CPN
One oncology nurse developed the BARF scale so her young patients could better communicate how they were feeling.
Finding the Right Therapy for High-Risk Mantle Cell Lymphoma
Bijal D. Shah, M.D.
A certain group of patients may not be candidates for common therapies, explained Bijal D. Shah, M.D.
Dr. Jeff Young: From Practitioner to Patient
Dr. Jeff Young
In an interview with
, Young explained the importance of whole-person care that included aspects such as yoga and nutrition.
Exciting Advancements for Rare Blood Diseases
Kathleen Weis, CEO
Since these are difficult diseases to treat, research has been quite slow over the last decade or so, but continues to pick up, developing new treatments for patients with these diseases.
Diagnosed With Liver Cancer? See a Specialist
Andrea J. Wilson
A liver cancer specialist can be very beneficial for those diagnosed.
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