The tests detect traces of disease in a patient’s blood. Here’s how they’re used—and why scientists hope they’re the future … More
Category: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Cancer vaccines are showing promise. Here’s how they work.
The immediate goal is to create vaccines that destroy cancer cells—but some scientists are also testing vaccines that might prevent … More
The Sound of Her Wings
The Sound of Her Wings After years of pumping myself up every day, as I guzzle various drugs and wrestle … More
There is No “Good” Cancer
November 19, 2022 – Debbie Legault – Cure Magazine Think twice before telling me that there is a “good” type … More
Is iron the Achilles’ heel for cancer?
Cancer cells hoard iron in usually high quantities. Scientists have discovered how to leverage this to create safer cancer drugs. … More
2022 Leukemia & Lymphoma Firefighter Stair-climb
THE WORLD’S LARGEST ON-AIR STAIR CLIMB COMPETITION. At 788 feet of vertical elevation, the Columbia Center in downtown Seattle stands … More
Louis DeGennaro, President & CEO of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society attended this gathering. Let’s hope lots of good things … More
COVID & CANCER
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network now recommends prophylactic monoclonal antibodies for immunosuppressed individuals, such as certain patients with cancer.Prophylactic Monoclonal … More
Camp Agape Northwest
BECU, Boeing Employee Credit Union, hasn’t been exclusive to Boeing employees for years. It’s a great bank doing a lot … More
Some Good News!!
14 December release from the CLL Society.FDA Approval of Monoclonal Antibodies for Pre-exposure Prevention of COVID-19FDA authorizes new, long-acting monoclonal … More