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Using Genomics in Cancer Treatment: Precision Medicine and Personalized Care

Today, genomics and genetic testing are standard terms people encounter when they research cancer treatment. As researchers continue studying genetics and cancer development, new findings emerge yearly. Combined with a precision medicine or personalized treatment approach, genomic information can make…

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The Benefits of Clinical Trials for Esophageal Cancer

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with esophageal cancer, it’s no doubt a scary time. And you might be wondering how patients can improve their odds of favorable medical outcomes.   In these circumstances, you might ask your doctor if you’d…

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Benefits of Clinical Trials for Myeloma

Although multiple myeloma is considered a relatively rare cancer, it is the second most common type of blood cancer, after leukemia. The exact cause is unknown, but certain factors such as genetic mutations, exposure to radiation or certain chemicals, and…

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Tips for Finding and Participating in Cancer Clinical Trials

Cancer treatment sometimes means finding clinical trials that will offer patients the potential to take an active role in their cancer treatments as well as provide hope for those facing difficult diagnoses. With clinical trial matching and trial support, participating…

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Helping to Fight Cancer: World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day is an international event celebrated on February 4th each year to raise awareness and promote education about cancer. The day serves to remind people worldwide of the importance of taking action to prevent, detect, and treat the…

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What is Care Coordination?

What Is Care Coordination?   Patient care coordination is a patient-centered approach to helping authorized care providers and family members share information and manage patient care activities. It includes discovering, recording, and emphasizing patient preferences and needs so that time-sensitive…

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