Treatment Without Chemotherapy Effective for Leukemia Patients in Study
A group of Italian and German researchers has found that people with a certain type of leukemia can be successfully treated without using chemotherapy, which can cause serious side effects.
Genetics Promise Advancements for the Future of Cancer Treatment
Researchers have been working for years to understand the genetic changes that lead to cancer. One type of changes are called mutations and can cause cells to grow out of control.
Case Study: When You Care for Someone with Cancer
Someone being treated for cancer often needs a lot of help at home, too. The physical and emotional toll of these tasks often leads to a lot of stress and a negative impact on the caregiver’s own health.
Experimental Technology Improves Cord Blood Transplants for Leukemia Patients
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have found a way to make umbilical cord blood transplants safer and more effective.