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's Federal Joint Committee has issued its final benefit assessment report for PIXUVRI , which is indicated as a monotherapy for the treatment of adult patients with aggressive B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma who have failed two or three prior lines of therapy.
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The 66-year-old from Woolston is proof of just how crucial new discoveries and breakthroughs are to helping save lives, having taken part in a clinical trial that saw her receive pioneering treatment to beat the disease despite the odds being against her.
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Students finish their activities Thursday morning by high-fiving members of the Field High School girls' soccer team.
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AbbVie today announced that data evaluating several investigational compounds in the company's oncology pipeline will be presented at the upcoming 2013 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, May 31 - June 4, Chicago.
The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 12R24 and The Beer Store are joining forces in an effort to help find a cure for leukemia - the No.
On behalf of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, thank you to the generous people of the Ohio Valley for helping make the 13th-annual Ohio Valley Light the Night Walk a success.
Friday, they surprised the 8th grader who is fighting cancer. The entire school had chipped in to buy him the surprise.
Team LaFontaine says it will host an '80s style fundraiser, 'The Nine and Wine,' to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society on Friday at Fountains Golf & Banquet.
MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL Maxine Odomirok visits the wig room at the American Cancer Society on May 9 looking for some scarves and turbans.
Michael Herlehy , one of Chicago's most ebullient ad people, passed away Monday at the age of 46 from complications related to a long battle with Hodgkin's disease.
Mark and Beth Rediker knew something was terribly wrong late last year when their 22-year-old son Adam, who often ran six miles a day, became inexplicably bloated in just a few weeks.
A new leukaemia drug could give "hope" to many patients who previously had nowhere left to turn, a blood cancer charity said.
Editor's note: Stanford University psychology professor Nalini Ambady has leukemia and needs to find a matching bone marrow donor, most likely one of South Asian descent.
That's what a lot of healthcare investors are doing right now on the web site of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.