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Our TOLL-FREE Cancer Support Helpline is for anyone affected by cancer. Counselors and resource specialists can be reached by phone at 1-888-793-9355, or by live web chat on our website:

Circulating Tumor DNA in Liquid Biopsies for Classical Hodgkin Lymphoma #cancertreatment #mondaymotivation via @myESMO

On tomorrow's episode of Frankly Speaking About Cancer, we take a close look at the biomarker tests that are being used to identify which people may benefit from precision medicine. Listen live at 4 PM ET here: @NeoGenomics

From July 29 – 31, @theNCI will host a scientific planning symposium to bring together stakeholders and leaders from the pediatric cancer community who have, know, and use data to define ways to make sharing data on pediatric cancers seamless and accessible. #data4ChildhoodCancer

Ocular #melanoma survivor Britta Fortson explains how an #immunotherapy clinical trial and @DrSapnaPatel gave her hope. #CancerMoonshot #endcancer

Feeling sluggish at work? Try following tips from #CanadasFoodGuide like eating a variety of vegetables and fruits. Not only will you feel energized but making healthy food choices also helps reduce your cancer risk. Here's a list of ideas to help keep you fueled at work!

Dr. Ying Zhang is featured in a new @IRPatNIH blog post. The blog post is titled “Scientific Detour Advances Understanding of Fatty Liver Disease" and may be found at

Top Story: Researchers Dscover New Genetic Link to Premenopausal #BreastCancer #womenshealth #medtwitter via @UAlberta

On today's #podcast, listen to our conversation with @jonathonbcohen, an Assistant Professor at @EmoryMedicine, as he shares the potential side effects of CAR T-cell therapy:

Since you're shopping online at work right now anyway... give back while you do so! Use #AmazonSmile to donate to the #ColorectalCancerAlliance. Designate us as your charity of choice, and start your shopping experience now!

What happens after your treatment ends?
ℹ️ We answer key questions about appointments after treatment, the likelihood of your breast cancer recurring and tests for recurrence, and what happens if a family history of breast cancer is confirmed.

“Greg was relieved to know that there were other kids going through the same thing he was going through,” says Luz Giraldo of her son attending MD Anderson’s Camp Star Trails, a summer camp for @KidsAndCancer patients and siblings: @CampforAll #endcancer

Some women with endometrial cancer may be able to receive less intensive treatment—chemotherapy and no radiation—without increasing the risk of the disease recurring within 5 years:

Non-Hispanic white males have a higher risk of #melanoma compared to other demographic groups. Learn more in the latest U.S. Cancer Statistics Data Brief:

CAR T-Cell therapies have shown great results in curing #bloodcancers, but there has been less success for solid tumors. Read to see if experts think CAR T-Cell therapy will ever have the same success in #solidtumors as in blood cancers: @ProtoMagazine

When it comes to understanding how genes affect chances of breast cancer, it’s likely that ‘Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms’ (SNPs) will provide the best idea. With the help of scientists, including Prof. Anthony Swerdlow @ICR_London, we explain more.

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Chemotherapy is treatment with one or more anti-cancer (cytotoxic) drugs. We look at some key questions, including whether or not you will be offered chemotherapy, side effects, and when and how chemotherapy is given ▸

Overtreatment of DCIS: New Meta-Analysis Identifies Prognostic Factors #breastcancer #cancerresearch via @NKI_nl

Receiving the right diagnosis is critical in cancer care, yet the practice of #pathology has changed very little in the last 150 years.

MSK Data Scientists are making strides to change that. @NatureMedicine @ThomasFuchsAI @fuchslab

Dr Valiente and his team at @CNIO_Cancer are researching whether a protein found in cancers that have spread to the brain can be used to identify which patients would benefit from radiotherapy and how it can be used to increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy.

For the first time ever, our #NeverTooYoung survey is in Spanish! Please share with any #ColorectalCancer patients and survivors under the age of 50. We also have a section for #caregivers!

Give back while you shop online! #AmazonPrimeDay is today and tomorrow! Use Amazon Smile to donate to the #ColorectalCancerAlliance! Designate us as your charity of choice on #AmazonSmile, and shop online now!

Everyone should be prepared for emergencies, such as a hurricane or tornado. If you’re a cancer survivor or getting treatment for cancer, here’s what you need to know about getting ready:

RT: The @NIHClinicalCntr PET Department is currently seeking an exceptionally talented Pharmacist (Nuclear) to add to their team.

Learn more and apply:…

#jobs #NIH #pharmacist #nuclear #radiopharmaceuticals

If you're shopping on @amazon this #PrimeDay, select us as your @amazonsmile charity of choice at, & Amazon will contribute to the support of the American Cancer Society. #AttackingCancer #AmazonSmile

New research from our RNA Biology Laboratory shows that when a microRNA undergoes a common modification called uridylation, its genetic targets change. #CCRAdvance @MolecularCell

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