The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) expanded the approval of ibrutinib for patients with Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia. This is a rare type of B-cell lymphoma.
With the temperatures dropping and snow covering the ground, how are you going to stay warm this winter? When going through cancer treatment, you may be a little more sensitive to changes in temperature. Also, hospitals and treatment centers are notoriously chilly. Here are some fun tips to keep warm and comfortable in the coming days.
It has been 3 weeks since you rang in the New Year. Like most folks, you probably made some New Year’s resolutions. A very popular New Year’s resolution is to eat healthier. Many people have already given up on their resolutions. You need motivation to stay on track.
A new study from the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that allogenic stem cell transplants prolonged recurrence-free survival for patient with NPM1-mutant acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Before, during, and after cancer treatment, good nutrition is very important. By making smart food choices, you can combat treatment side effects, feel better quicker, decrease your risk of recurrence, and improve your overall health.
A phase II, 460 participants clinical trial of adjuvant paclitaxel and trastuzumab in women with stage I HER2-Positive breast cancer found that the 3-year rate of progression or recurrence free survival was 98.7%.
January is National Soup Month. For many people soup is a comfort food. Chicken noodle soup in bed makes sick days bearable. Tomato soup with grilled cheese is a classic, easy American lunch to share with family. Chili makes any tailgate more fun. January is the perfect month to be National Soup Month. With the holidays over and the temperature dropping, soup can be the perfect pick-me-up to warm you up.
PD-1 inhibitorsshow promise as a treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma which provides strong evidence that immunotherapies, specifically PD-1 inhibitors, may be good treatments for hematological cancers.