Translating Personal Tragedy Into the Search for New Cancer Therapeutics
Both of Dr. Patricia LoRusso’s parents died of cancer when she was a teenager, inspiring her to become an oncologist and focus on developing new treatments for people with cancer. Learn more: AACR.org/Stories
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by Anne DanahyHow Common Are Treatment Breakthroughs?
A new study adds nuance to the ‘golden age’ of cancer drug approvals.
by Jon KelveyNew Guidelines Recommend Exercise for Most Cancer Patients
People in treatment for early-stage cancer should try to get exercise, according to new recommendations.
by Sandra GordonE-Cigarettes Don’t Live Up to Promises
New studies find that electronic cigarettes trail other methods in helping people quit smoking, but they are growing in popularity among teens.
by Teresa Bergen