Treatment of Patients With HPV Associated Locally Advanced Oropharynx Cancer
Barbara A. Burtness, MD, professor of medicine, clinical research program leader, Head and Neck Cancers Program, co-director, Developmental Therapeutics Research Program, Yale Cancer Center, discusses the treatment of patients with HPV associated locally advanced oropharynx [More]
Road to Alaska – 21 Days
You can make a donation to my Road to Alaska campaign and help find a cure to blood cancer at: http://tiny.cc/donatecraig Video Reporter, Craig Cassar, is on the ‘Road to Alaska’ with ‘Craig’s Journey to [More]
The Art of fighting Cancer
Since receiving her heartbreaking diagnosis in 2012, Svetlana and her family have been committed to her recovery. Recently the family was given devastating news that her breast cancer had spread to four other major regions [More]
Data on new therapeutic strategies in Hodgkin lymphoma
Andrew Davies, BSc (Hons), BM (Hons), MRCP, PhD, of the University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, provides an update on clinical trial data in new treatments for Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) presented at the 20th Congress of [More]
The Art of Fighting Cancer
Since receiving her heartbreaking diagnosis in 2012, Svetlana and her family have been committed to her recovery. Recently the family was given devastating news that her breast cancer had spread to four other major regions [More]
Uniportal thoracoscopic sleeve lobectomy after induction therapy
Right upper lobectomy performed after chemotherapy by using a single incision thoracoscopic approach. The bronchus was managed by a sleeve anastomosis. The postoperative course of the patent was uneventful Dr Diego Gonzalez Rivas Dr Ricardo [More]
Dr. Patricia L. Kropf on Decitabine and Arsenic Trioxide in AML and MDS
Patricia L. Kropf, MD, assistant professor, Division of Bone Marrow Transplants, Fox Chase Cancer Center, discusses a combination of decitabine and arsenic trioxide as a replacement for patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and myelodysplastic [More]
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Treatment Options | Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Dr. Ryan Cassaday describes the treatment options for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). There are three different approaches to treating ALL. The induction phase rids the body of the leukemia with chemotherapies. Next is consolidation and [More]
Day 1 Dr Lai ping Zhong, Associate Professor, Dept.OMFS, Ninth People’s Hospital, Shanghai, Chine
Defining the role of induction chemotherapy in advanced oral cancer – results of the phase III trial and future perpectives