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Yesterday | NBC Philadelphia
Former Phillies great, Darren Daulton, talks candidly about the treatment he's undergoing and the support of local fans.
Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
Tuesday | P&T Community
The results from a phase II study demonstrated that more than 90% of patients with glioblastoma multiforme treated with Prophage Series G-200 vaccine were alive at 6 months after surgery and that 30% were alive at 12 months.
Epstein also found that, in vitro, PID1 inhibits cell growth of these two brain cancers as well as a third one, atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumors .
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CELL BIOLOGY'S ANNUAL MEETING IN NEW ORLEANS ON SUNDAY. LEO BASSTOMEA, ONE OF THE DEADLY FORMS OF CANCER, ABOUT 10,000 AMERICANS ARE LOOKINGED EACH YEAR WITH -- ARE DIAGNOSED EACH YEAR.
And in all that time, it has never had a drug reach the market. Most biotechs in a similar situation would have gone bankrupt long ago, but Geron is alive and kicking.
Although Melanie Pouliot spent most of her life in the Kamloops area, she feels that Sun Peaks is her home.
Agenus Inc said more than 90 percent of patients treated with its experimental brain cancer vaccine were alive six months after undergoing surgery to remove the tumors.
Agenus announces results from Phase 2 brain cancer vaccine study Agenus announced results published from a Phase 2 study demonstrated that more than 90% of the patients treated with Prophage Series G-200 were alive at six months after surgery and 30% were alive at twelve months.
Between 100,000 and 170,000 people across the country will be diagnosed with a primary or metastatic brain tumor this year, according to the American Brain Tumor Association.
THIS WEDDING WAS DIFFERENT THAN MOST IT TOOK PLACE INSIDE THE WALLS OF A HOSPITAL.
This something gets me through the rough patches. It sees me through certain moments of sadness or anger or frustration or despair.
A GRIEVING family say they were relieved when a sick relative died - because it saved him from further appalling treatment at the hands of staff in a Basildon private care home.
By Chris Helms and Charlie Breitrose It all started when Mike Slonina's mom sat him down and told him the bad news - she had a spot on her brain.
Long before she became a neuro-oncologist with Spectrum Health's new Brain & Spine Tumor Center, Dr. Wendy Sherman was a child growing up with a fascination for the way the brain works.