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Experts gathered recently to discuss the expanding global burden of cancer, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. We have a summary of the NCI-sponsored meeting here: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
There is no standard or routine screening test for prostate cancer. Researchers are studying screening tests for this disease, and there are screening clinical trials taking place in many parts of the country: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
On World AIDS Day, here is an update about research on AIDS-related cancers from our Cancer Currents blog last year: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
There are many long-term benefits of quitting smoking. For information and help on quitting, please visit [ Smokefree.gov Link ].
Facebook Live event about the future of pancreatic cancer research and treatment with Dr. Christine Alewine of NCI and Dr. Lynn Matrisian of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Today at 1 pm ET! Please join NCI’s Dr. Christine Alewine and Lynn Matrisian, Ph.D., of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network for a live event as they discuss their work in pancreatic cancer and what comes next. Details: [ Facebook.com Link ]
NCI researchers have developed a risk model-based approach for selecting smokers and former smokers who may be candidates for lung cancer screening with low-dose computed tomography (CT): [ Cancer.gov Link ] #LungCancerAwarenessMonth
Scientists have designed a device that can detect minuscule changes in cell mass and may allow researchers to predict how cancer cells will respond to drug treatment: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
NCI's Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities has launched an initiative to increase colorectal cancer screening rates among racially and ethnically diverse and rural communities. It's called the National “Screen to Save” (S2S) Colorectal Cancer Outreach and Screening Initiative: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
The genetic changes that contribute to cancer tend to affect 3 main types of genes. These changes are sometimes called the "drivers of cancer," as we explain: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
Please join us for a Facebook Live event about pancreatic cancer on November 29 at 1pm ET. Our experts will discuss the Future of Pancreatic Cancer Research and Treatment. Details: [ Facebook.com Link ]
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma is the most common type of pancreatic cancer and a very aggressive disease. To mark #PancreaticCancerAwarenessMonth, here's a recent article about pancreatic cancer cells obtaining nutrients from neighboring cells: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
The FDA has approved a new immunotherapy drug for some patients with non-small cell lung cancer and expanded the approval of another immunotherapy drug for this disease, making it available to more patients: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
"As anybody who has undergone cancer treatment or their loved ones can tell you, the consequences of cancer do not end with the last dose of therapy," writes NCI's Julia Rowland, Ph.D., in a blog post about the growing number of cancer survivors and survivorship research: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
A new immunotherapy drug called avelumab has shown promise in treating patients with metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer with few effective treatments: [ Cancer.gov Link ]
Hairy cell leukemia is a rare cancer of the blood and bone marrow that gets worse slowly or does not get worse at all. The disease is called hairy cell leukemia because the leukemia cells look "hairy" when viewed under a microscope: [ Cancer.gov Link ] Image: Department of Energy
We’re talking with Dr. Shakun Malik of NCI and Janet Freeman-Daily of the #LCSM community about immunotherapies and clinical trials for patients with lung cancer.
Coming up at 8 pm ET--we'll be discussing immunotherapies and clinical trials for patients with lung cancer. Please join us! You can ask Dr. Malik a question by leaving a comment during the Facebook Live event. Thanks to Janet Freeman-Daily for moderating. #LCSM
Tonight at 8 pm ET! Please join our Facebook Live event on immunotherapy, lung cancer, and clinical trials. You can ask Dr. Malik a question by posting a comment on our Facebook page during the event. Details: [ Facebook.com Link ]