Smoking, Radon Gas, Lung Cancer And A Quick Quiz

According to the American Cancer Society, the average age that someone is diagnosed with lung cancer is about 70. There are steps you can take now, while you’re younger, to decrease your risk of getting lung cancer in the future. This includes getting your older home tested for radon, a harmful natural gas that is […]

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Parenting Tips for Parents That Are Also Cancer Patients

Any parent can tell you that being a Mom or Dad while healthy is hard enough. Add a cancer diagnosis, and it can be overwhelming and scary. Fortunately, there are many parents that have experienced living with cancer while trying to maintain a normal sense of life at home. Below are four tips for how […]

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Rapid infusion of ofatumumab appears safe and reduces infusion related reactions in patients with relapsed/refractory Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Anti-CD20 monoclonal antibodies, such as ofatumumab and rituximab, have been demonstrated to be effective in B-cell Lymphoma and CLL. However, the recommended administration of ofatumumab for CLL requires lengthy infusion times and side effects are common during and after infusion. On 7th July 2017, in The Oncologist, William Donnellan, MD, from the Sarah Cannon Research […]

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