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memory about the numerous times in which I arrived at City of Hope and other medical facilities for chemo sessions or other reasons.  The most astounding visual that prompted concern was the sight of many children wearing head covers or facial masks. Like me, these kids were there to get "canswers" for cancer.

How cancer in the family reverberates through the workplace

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Some days, the thought will run through J.D. Derderian’s mind while at his office: “What am I doing here? I should be on a dock with my son…

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 The medical community has long reported that brain cancer has
always been the most elusive malady in search of a cure.  At last, is that reality changing?

Experimental Brain Cancer Treatment Is a Success

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Using the immune system to beat cancer is quickly becoming a promising new strategy for battling tumors. But most of the success so far has been with…

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 My current treatment scorecard counts three times in three months for IVIGs and while I have generally had these
therapies on a semi-annual basis for more than 9 years since my 2007 allogeneic stem cell transplant, I now know that this vital therapy may well continue for as long as I live.

Immunoglobulin replacement therapy | Lymphoma Association

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In this information we answer the questions that people ask about immunoglobulin replacement therapy: What is immunoglobulin replacement…

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