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  • The Wait for a Match

    Many patients in urgent need of bone marrow or stem cell transplants are facing uncertainty.

    by Karen Patterson

  • Forward Look

    Second-Cancer Clues?

    Genetic marker discovery could help childhood Hodgkin survivors assess risks associated with radiation.

    by Mitzi Baker

  • The Birth of a Targeted Therapy

    A serendiptious discovery more than 50 years ago heralded a new age of cancer treatment.

    by Jocelyn Selim

  • Staying the Course

    Patients are increasingly skipping treatment breaks and opting for ongoing treatment known as maintenance therapy to try to keep some types of cancer at bay.

    by Melissa Weber

  • Forward Look

    A Burning Question for Smokers

    Is the considerable risk-reduction benefit of CT screening worth the potential downsides?

    by Sue Rochman

  • Yesterday & Today

    A King’s Legacy

    More than a quarter century after Yul Brynner's death from lung cancer, treatment advances offer some patients new options, but the cancer continues to claim more lives than any other. And the actor's haunting anti-smoking message lives on.

    by Sue Rochman

  • Forward Look

    Avastin’s Fate

    Debate goes on as FDA revokes drug's use for breast cancer.

    by Alanna Kennedy-Gorman