If You’ve Been Diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer, You Must Read This…

  Know Your Tumor provides eligible pancreatic cancer patients and their oncologists with information about the biology of their tumor. So far, nearly 50 percent of Know Your Tumor reports have highlighted information that may be helpful as patients and their oncologists make treatment decisions. These options include clinical trials...


Announcing New Trial for Patients Fighting Advanced-Stage Cancers

Cancer clinical trials aim to improve the outlook for people with cancer.  Immunotherapy is treatment that uses certain parts of a person’s immune system to fight diseases.  Together, these approaches offer great promise in the fight against cancer. Although founded over 100 years ago, immunotherapy is still very much in its infancy.  As...


got Tumors in the Liver? get to know YES! Beat Liver Tumors…

YES! Beat Liver Tumors is the best source I’ve found for information on cutting- edge treatment options, resources & support for anyone diagnosed with either primary liver cancer or has cancerous tumors that have spread to the liver from other cancers such as breast cancer, carcinoid, colorectal cancer, esophageal cancer, melanomas,...


More On the Chemo Bath… direct from survivor Laurie Todd

Meet Guest Blogger Laurie Todd... Laurie is an amazing author, teacher, and insurance strategist.  In 2005, she was diagnosed with late-stage appendix cancer. Laurie was told by her oncologist, “There is no treatment for your disease. And, even if there were, they (meaning the HMO) won’t pay for it.”  Laurie is not...

Possible New Treatment for Leukemia

Doctors at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania tested a novel approach to gene therapy that turns a patient’s own blood cells into assassins that track down and destroy cancer cells. The Penn scientists targeted chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), the most common type of blood cancer.  The treatment made CLL completely disappear...




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