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Events & Highlights

02/22/2018 - Breathe Easy: Lung Cancer Prevention, Screening and Treatment
For individuals with lung cancer and their family members who wnat to learn more about lung cancer topics.
01/31/2018 - Save the Date: Surviving Survivorship - Living with Cancer Conference
A free conference on October 13, 2018 for patients and their caregivers.
01/26/2018 - National Cancer Survivors Day Event
Cancer Center Event on June 10, 2018
01/11/2018 - Retreat for Women Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer and Their Female Caregivers
12/08/2017 - The 36th David Barap Brin Lecture | Meeting Patients' Needs Following Adverse Events: What the Evidence Tells Us
The 36th David Barap Brin Lecture | Meeting Patients' Needs Following Adverse Events: What the Evidence Tells Us
12/04/2017 - Melanoma Drug May Help Overcome Resistance to Leukemia Treatments
Adding trametinib, a melanoma drug that inhibits a protein called MEK, to currently used therapies for a common form of acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) may strengthen response to the therapies and potentially improve survival.
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