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In case you missed our latest Army of Women Research Results Webinar, the video broadcast is now available! This webinar featured Dr. Irene Su, the...
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For certain breast cancer patients, specialized tumor tests can be used to determine if they are likely to benefit from chemotherapy The treatments...
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In 2017, the FDA approved the first ever gene immunotherapy to treat cancer. It is called chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy or CAR-T, for...
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Long-term side effects of cancer and its treatments can impact you in many ways. Of course, it’s great to be alive. But your quality of life also...
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Cancer patients have been telling their doctors about the foggy thinking and forgetfulness that are often referred to as “chemo brain” for years....
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One common side effect of some chemotherapy treatments is peripheral neuropathy, pain and numbness in the hands and feet. Although many women and men...
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More women and men are now living for many years after breast cancer treatments. But when treatment ends, new problems can begin. These long-term...
Embedded thumbnail for BrainBaseline CARE: Cognitive Assessment Platform Study with Joan Severson
In case you missed our latest Army of Women Research Results Webinar, the video broadcast is now available! This webinar featured Joan Severson, the...
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Embedded thumbnail for Financial Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment Study with Rachel Adams Greenup, MD, MPH
In case you missed our latest Army of Women Research Results Webinar, the video broadcast is now available! This webinar featured Dr. Rachel Greenup...
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The immune system is always geared up and ready to go. Certain immune cells have molecules—called checkpoints—that must be turned on or off to move...

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