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In June 1998, Meisha had just completed second grade and was looking forward to summer vacation when she began experiencing severe abdominal pain, nausea and fatigue. After a trip to her pediatrician and an emergency CT scan, she was diagnosed with cancer. She was immediately referred to MD Anderson...
by:mdanderson | 175 views
Ingrid Hellender shares her medical story and experience using Gelclair.
by:DARABioSciences | 200 views
At the iwNHL 2014, Dr Rafael Fonseca (Mayo Clinic, Arizona, USA) interviews Prof Keith Stewart (Mayo Clinic, Arizona, USA) and Prof Leif Bergsagel (Mayo Clinic, Arizona, USA), all doctors with an interest in myeloma, about the application of myeloma biology and therapies in lymphoma. Prof Stewart describes tumour heterogeneity and suggests a parall...
by:EMJ | 246 views
In the recent past, lymphoma researchers have turned their attention to a phenomenon known as the “microenvironme​nt.” Made up of three factors, the microenvironmen​t involves healthy cells adjacent to the cancerous ones and helps keep the lymphoma alive in the face of treatment with chemotherapy. By releasing natural checks on the human immune syste...
by:patientpower | 237 views
The newest lymphoma drugs are very expensive and some patients may takes them for years. How can we afford these therapies. Experts share their views in this roundtable discussion. Get email alerts | http://www.p... Subscribe on YouTube | http://www.y... Like on Facebook | http://www.f.......
by:patientpower | 199 views
Today's cancer interdisciplina​ry teams are different from before. And just as there are new combinations of doctors, there are new combinations of medicines. Our roundtable of experts explains what this means for patients today. Get email alerts | http://www.p... Subsc...
by:patientpower | 183 views
Research is rushing ahead in lymphoma and this gives great hope to patients. Especially in the indolent follicular lymphoma area and also, for patients with similar CLL, new medicines are making a big difference. In this first segment of a roundtable discussion, experts explain. Get email alerts ...
by:patientpower | 111 views
Recorded at the 2014 International Workshop on Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Dr. Owen O’Connor gives an update on brentuximab vedotin (Adcetris), an antibody drug conjugate (ADC) approved for the treatment of CD30-positive lymphomas, like anaplastic large-cell lymphoma and Hodgkin lymphoma. Dr. O’Connor exp...
by:patientpower | 460 views
Watch as Dr. Owen O’Connor gives us an overview of the state of treatment for T-Cell lymphoma and the latest news on emerging therapies. Despite a historical challenge in treating T-cell lymphomas, Dr. O’Connor is encouraged by the recent drug approvals and ongoing clinical trials into the use of histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitors both as single...
by:patientpower | 437 views
Novel agents emerging for the treatment of lymphoma are offering some patients the opportunity of long-term disease control while avoiding aggressive and highly toxic chemotherapy therapies. For the time being, this means changing the goal of treatment from cure to control. Can patients live well wi...
by:patientpower | 810 views

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