Cancer

The Boot Walk is going virtual! Join us from wherever you are as we give cancer the boot on Saturday, Nov. 7.

Register today: http://mdanderson.org/bootwalk @BootWalk #EndCancer

In its early stages, liver cancer may not have symptoms, but as the cancer grows larger, some common symptoms may be noticeable. Find out what they are, and talk to your doctor if you have any: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/liver/ #LiverCancerAwarenessMonth

The Genomics Core is seeking a qualified scientist to join their team as a staff scientist. Learn more about the position at: https://bit.ly/34Bls76 #CCRJobs #genomics #genetics

A picture really is worth 1,000 words, especially when you take data and add cloud-based access to analytics tools. Check out #NCICommons’ new cloud repository, the Imaging Data Commons: https://go.usa.gov/x7a4w
@NCIGDC_Updates @genomicscloud @BroadFireCloud @isb_cgc

Join us to learn more about the CATCH-UP project, a one-year grant from @theNCI that will help increase underserved community participation in clinical trials. Register here: https://bit.ly/35Pgzqj #YourBestChance

More than 800,000 people worldwide will be diagnosed with #livercancer each year. The time to Stand Up is now. This #LiverCancerAwarenessMonth, learn more at http://StandUpToCancer.org. #StandUpToCancer

Our Denver Walk to End Colon Cancer is this Sunday, November 1, & we want to give a huge shoutout to our sponsors: Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, @Toyota, @SkyRidgeMed, @RMGASTRO, @uchealth, & SurgOne!

Join us for a @ASPrevOnc webinar & hear @NCIGlobalHealth’s Dr. Satish Gopal, @kalinaduncan & @JohnsHopkinsSPH’s Dr. Anne Rositch present on Advancing the Field of Academic Global #Oncology: Perspectives from U.S. NCI Global Oncology Survey. 11/5 @ 1pm ET. https://go.usa.gov/x7DH4

You can still get a #flu shot - it’s not too late! If you haven’t already, make a plan to get yours today to help you protect yourself and your community. https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/flu/

This week is National Health Care Facilities Management Week, and we are so grateful to our facilities team for always making sure our MSK community operates safely and efficiently. RT to thank these dedicated #MSKHealthcareHeroes! #HealthEngWeek @ASHEAHA

#HappyHalloween from Dr. Cooper! Six year old Cooper, a patient in our Burr Proton Center, chose to dress up today as a Mass General Cancer Center doctor because he thought nothing seemed more fitting for this year.

Phase II Study Highlights Value of Cemiplimab in Advanced Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma http://ow.ly/NCAi50A9uEn #cancer #medtwitter#health

Happy Halloweekend! 🎃
In the 'spirit' of @BritishBakeOff, we're asking you to judge between these spooky bakes by members of #TeamWorldwide. #HappyHalloween #GBBO

What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer: Free Health Chart & Self-Exam Tips http://ow.ly/3MS750C6p7V #wellness #cancer #fridaymotivation

Death rates from #BreastCancer have been going down, but the trend has not been equal among all women. How getting the right treatment at the right time can reduce inequities in breast cancer survival: https://blogs.cdc.gov/cancer/2019/10/09/getting-the-right-treatment-at-the-right-time-to-reduce-inequities-in-breast-cancer-survival/ #bcsm

#Ependymomas are tumors that grow in the brain or spine. A new @NIHBrainTumor #clinicaltrial is using the drug marizomib to determine if it can stop tumor growth and control its progression. Learn more about study No. 19-C-0011 at https://bit.ly/2HOr05B #BTSM @NIHClinicalCntr

#hematology @NIH_NHLBI seek patients w/ #CCUS. #clinicaltrial investigating the relationship to blood cancers and heart disease. Study trying to discover organs or diseases that may be linked. Patient Recruitment 800-411-1222. Refer to study # 19-H-0139 https://go.usa.gov/xpYyx

We are so grateful for our continued partnership with @Chevrolet and the #IDriveFor campaign that contributes $5 for every tweet/retweet (up to $220K) to the fight against #breastcancer!

Immunotherapy Safe in Urothelial Carcinoma Patients Often Excluded http://ow.ly/XNLR50B633s #bladdercancer #health #medtwitter #fbf via @EngIPM

"When my mom passed 4 years ago from CRC I remember feeling so guilty because her last few days were so draining on me. It took a long time to not feel guilty about those feelings. But it’s normal to feel overwhelmed. So, be kind to yourself." - Dani #Caregiver #CaregiverTips

Learning that you have cancer can be a shock, and you may feel overwhelmed at first. Here are some questions to ask your doctor about your diagnosis: https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/diagnosis-staging/questions

We're looking at how we share our ground-breaking research discoveries.
If you have 5 minutes to spare, we’d love to ask you a few questions about how you’d like to hear about the impact of donations in the future.
Thank you 💛
#SciComms #CancerResearch
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No Increased #SkinCancer Risk with Topical Immunosuppressant Ointments http://ow.ly/UGuC50BonOz #health #medtwitter via @MassGeneralNews

Kidney Retransplantation in Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma http://ow.ly/yLza50zuyH6 #medtwitter #cancer #thursdaythoughts via @HopkinsMedicine

At age 27, Charity was diagnosed with stage three inflammatory #BreastCancer. Her story, and what young women should know about breast cancer risk: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/young_women/bringyourbrave/breast_cancer_young_women/

Need pointers for talking with loved ones about the importance of getting screened?

@NFL player Garrett Dickerson and his dad show us how it’s done. #ItTakesAllOfUs to fight #cancer. Join the fight today: http://cancer.org/crucialcatch #CrucialCatch @senor__nueve

Our Halloween celebrations may look different this year, but they can be just as fun.

Create new memories – and stay safe from COVID-19 -- with these tips from our experts. #COVID19 #Halloween #EndCancer

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