Monthly Archives: May 2014

New video explains immunotherapy treatment options for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)

by Tara Whithington, CAE – SITC Executive Director   What is cancer immunotherapy? How does immunotherapy work to control cancer? Should I consider participating in a cancer immunotherapy clinical trial? In response to patients’ questions like these, Society for Immunotherapy … Continue reading

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Gray in May – Brain Tumor Awareness

This month you might hear, “Wear Your Gray in May” or see that many of your friends have made their profiles on social media sites gray. This is because May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month, and gray is its color. … Continue reading

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Working together to achieve the same mission

Google “cancer organization” and your browser’s results will seem endless. All sorts of nonprofits are out there offering a variety of educational resources and supportive programs for people impacted by cancer, whether on a local, national or international level. But … Continue reading

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Doctor Priorities vs. Patient Priorities

For a doctor, the number one priority is treating the patient’s illness. But for patients, their number one priority isn’t always their disease. A disease is just one part of someone’s life. So, what happens when your priorities and your … Continue reading

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