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Order of Gene Mutations May Affect Cancer Outcomes

New data indicates that the order in which people acquired certain somatic mutations influenced several clinical features of myeloproliferative neoplasms.

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Researchers have shown that reprogramming T cells to target glioblastoma in mice resulted in control of these tumors.

The risk of early, sudden-onset menopause in women treated for early-stage breast cancer can be reduced with goserelin, a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist.

A retrospective analysis suggested that a declining proportion of patients with lung cancer would meet the criteria for undergoing low-dose CT screening.

Researchers have identified patient factors linked with the discontinuation of ibrutinib therapy for reasons other than disease progression.

Advanced melanoma patients who received front-line ipilimumab/dacarbazine had double the 5-year survival rate compared with those on dacarbazine alone.

The idea that breast cancer is overdiagnosed is being perpetuated in an effort to reduce access to breast cancer screening, according to a presentation at MBCC.

A classification system known as Lung-RADS reduced false positive rates but also decreased the sensitivity of low-dose CT screening compared with NLST standards.

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