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  • Finding More Targets for CAR-T Cells

    CAR-T cell therapy has successfully treated some patients with leukemia and lymphoma. Researchers are looking to expand the range of cancers that will respond to the therapy.

    by Kendall K. Morgan

  • Our Own Words

    People with cancer and their loved ones find ways for their voices to be heard without filters.

    by Bradley Jones

  • FORWARD LOOK

    Pediatric Leukemia Treatments Are Not Just for Kids

    Study supports using these regimens for teens and young adults.

    by Bradley Jones

  • Coping With Trauma

    Nearly six years after being diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer, disaster psychologist Jamie Aten is still learning new ways of coping with the trauma stemming from his diagnosis and treatment.

    by Jamie Aten

  • FORWARD LOOK

    Cancer Patients Can Now Defer Student Loans

    Payments can be put off during treatment and for six months after.

    by Bradley Jones

  • FORWARD LOOK

    Lynch Syndrome Linked to More Cancers

    Study findings suggest patient screening has been too narrow.

    by Sharon Tregaskis

  • Survivor Profile

    A Lesson in Service

    Rabbi Ben David was comfortable in his role of helping those in need, but he had to rely on others after his lymphoma diagnosis. The marathon runner has returned to an active life one step at a time.

    by Lindsey Konkel

  • Life After Pediatric Brain Cancer

    Survivors of pediatric brain or spinal cord tumors can have cognitive and physical impairments. Researchers say that these deficits can be minimized with the right interventions.

    by Cheryl Platzman Weinstock

  • The Long-Term Effects of Cancer

    Adolescent and young adult cancer survivors need to be monitored for delayed treatment side effects, including problems affecting the endocrine system, researchers say.

    by Cheryl Platzman Weinstock

  • Forward Look

    Some Young Survivors Have Higher Heart Disease Risk

    Risk is especially increased in survivors who are African-American, lack health insurance or have public insurance, or live in neighborhoods with low socioeconomic status.

    by Dara Chadwick

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