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When George Stapleton first learned his wife, Hilde, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, he leaned heavily on the Internet. His all-night searches helped him locate clinical trials around the country where Hilde was able to participate and received experimental treatments for her stage ...
by:patientpower | 23 views
Diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) in 1999, Rich Siegel took the news hard. But following several months of initial shock, he found a way to put the disease in the background and move on with the goal of living life to the fullest. Rich shares his story and his advice for other people with CLL. Get email alerts | http://www.p......
by:patientpower | 29 views
Information about MPNs and JAK2 mutations abounds, including treatments that are appropriate for those with the mutation. But what if you’re JAK2 negative? Dr. Brady Stein from Northwestern Medicine explains gene mutations related to MPNs and MPN diagnosis. He shares which treatments tend to be effe...
by:patientpower | 34 views
http://cance... Acquired Resistance Forum Video #7: Speakers from videos #5 and #6 at the Acquired Resistance in Lung Cancer Patient Forum sat for a moderated Q&A with Dr. Jack West. GRACEcast 280 Lung
by:cancergrace | 37 views
Download from iTunes: https://itun... Wilms’ tumor is a cancer that develops in the kidney and is the fifth most common cancer in children. Generally there are no symptoms and Wilms’ tumor is most likely discovered when a large mass is felt by a parent. Najat Daw, M.D...
by:mdanderson | 25 views
http://cance... Acquired Resistance Forum Video #6: Dr. Nate Pennell of the Cleveland Clinic discussed the other options available to patients with ALK, ROS1 and EGFR lung cancer, such as chemotherapy, Avastin, and immunotherapy. GRACEcast 279 Lung
by:cancergrace | 67 views
What are the expectations for patients undergoing surgery for pancreatic cancer? Dr. A. James Moser of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center helps us understand why this is such a tough question and how he and his team counsel patients, particularly those fearful of undergoing surgery of any kind. Listen as Dr. Moser talks about the dramatic upswing...
by:patientpower | 95 views
What is the JAK2 mutation? What is a JAK inhibitor, and how does it work? Dr. Brady Stein, an MPN expert from Northwestern Medicine, explains what JAK2 is and how this gene relates to myeloproliferat​ive neoplasms (MPNs). He also describes JAK inhibitors, like ruxolitinib (Jakafi®), and the role that these agents play in the treatment of MPNs. Ge...
by:patientpower | 83 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 | 94 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.......
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