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http://cance... Does it make sense to do molecular testing on early stage lung cancer patients? Dr. Taofeek Owonikoko of Emory University School of Medicine and the Winship Cancer Institute thinks it does in some settings. February 2014 GRACEcast 267 Lung
by:cancergrace | 295 views
http://cance... Will the success seen for stage IV patients receiving targeted therapies translate into cure for stage III patients? Dr. Daniel Morgensztern of the Washington University School of Medicine talks about what research is ongoing to answer that question. GRACEcast 266 Lung
by:cancergrace | 479 views
Patients with cancer undergoing chemotherapy and radiation may be at risk for Oral Mucositis, a condition characterized by redness, inflammation and ulcer like sores throughout the mouth and throat. Oral Mucositis can be extremely painful and may also lead to infection. The following tips can be hel...
by:DARABioSciences | 973 views
http://cance... Thanks to research, Dr. Daniel Morgensztern of the Washington University School of Medicine sees reason to be hopeful in the fight against lung cancer. February 2014 GRACEcast 264 Lung
by:cancergrace | 1708 views
Naiyer A. Rizvi, MD, an associate attending physician, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discusses pembrolizumab (MK-3475) for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
by:onclivetv | 2648 views
Louis M. Weiner, MD, explains that checkpoint inhibitors represent a promising treatment option for essentially all types of cancer, since a tumor cannot form without first overcoming the immune system. To view more from this discussion, visit http://www.o...
by:onclivetv | 211 views
http://cance... HER2 inhibitors have been successfully used to combat breast cancer, but research has shown that a small percentage of lung cancer patients have a HER2 mutation as well. Dr. Leena Gandhi talks about the role that HER2 drugs may play to fight lung cancer. GRACEcast 233 Lung
by:cancergrace | 861 views
http://cance... Leptomeningeal carcinomatosis is cancer that has spread to the coating of the brain and spinal cord. In the past, prognosis has been bad. But now doctors are learning of effective treatments to deal with this issue. GRACEcast 232 Lung
by:cancergrace | 1498 views
Dr. Andrew Kennedy, radiation oncologist at Sarah Cannon Research Institute, discusses the importance of multidisciplina​ry care and a team approach when treating liver tumors. He shares breaking information about various radiologial techniques, focusing on SBRT, in the use of targeted radiation tre...
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 345 views
http://cance... The Northwest Medical Development Therapeutics Institute is breaking new ground by conducting clinical trials that will test treatments based on tumor mutations, rather than where the tumor began. Dr. Melissa Johnson describes the work of the center. GRACEcast 231 Lung
by:cancergrace | 1684 views

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