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Fred Hutch scientists prevent metastasis by boosting cancer-killing T cells in patients, primarily those with breast cancer.
Findings underscore the importance of identifying markers of which patients with breast cancer are most likely to develop brain metastases.
Real world data are encouraging regarding immunotherapy to treat metastatic lung cancer across racial and ethnic groups.
“I don’t want it to look pretty. I want you to excavate,” said Linda Evangelista about additional surgery when the cancer returned.
Distinguishing side effects of treatment from a potential metastatic recurrence can be tricky; we asked cancer experts for best advice.
Targeted therapies can reduce the size and number of brain metastases; patients could then have better-tolerated radiation therapy.
High-intensity exercise may deprive tumors of glucose, curbing their growth and spread.
Experts stress the need for targeted efforts to increase vaccine uptake among cancer patients with lower vaccination rates.
Chase Griffith, 45, lives in Dallas with his wife and two sons. He has metastatic chromophobe renal cell carcinoma.
Research also showed that treatment before surgery benefits patients with HER2-low breast cancer.
The checkpoint inhibitor is now approved for people with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer regardless of PD-L1 biomarker levels.
Study results support the need for research into the value of monitoring these breast cancer patients with brain imaging tests.
Cancer mortality was about 3.5% lower in states that expanded Medicaid.
Researchers discovered that breast cancer tumors “wake up when patients are sleeping.”
Defining one of cancer’s most common and intimidating terms
Erin Cronican, who has metastatic breast cancer, stars in a new production of Wit, a play about a woman dying of metastatic ovarian cancer.
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