Our team of experts brings you cancer-related news and research updates.
American Cancer Society grantee Andras Heczey, MD, is trying to adapt the technique known as CAR T-cell therapy to cure children with neuroblastoma by using natural killer T cells. He's trying the treatment for the first time in children in a phase 1 clinical trial.
If you are a cancer patient or caregiver and you learn a hurricane, wildfire, or other natural disaster is coming your way, take steps to prepare in advance.
A new report from the American Cancer Society highlights the wide variation in cancer risk within the US Hispanic/Latino population.
Stomach cancer survivor Ron Dunnahoo first knew something was wrong when he began having severe indigestion. This was something new.
Childhood leukemia survivor Maddie Stanton describes herself as a “mainly regular” kid. “I feel good,” she says. Her mother, Denise, says, “We feel lucky every day to be able to have Maddie enjoying life, and being happy, and living.”
Breast cancer researchers from all over the world head to Texas this week for the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS).
Dr. Pasi Janne gives an update on the research lead by the Lung Cancer Dream Team, which was created and funded by a partnership between Stand Up For Cancer and The American Cancer Society.
Paneeth Iyengar, MD, PhD, a radiation oncologist and researcher at UT Southwestern in Dallas explains cachexia, also known as wasting syndrome, and the research he's doing to help lung cancer patients with this serious problem.