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Cancer Drug Proves to Be Effective Against Multiple Tumors

Cancer Drug Proves to Be Effective Against Multiple Tumors

Adrienne Skinner of Larchmont, N.Y., had an extraordinarily rare and deadly cancer with no standard treatment. She started taking Keytruda in 2014 and her tumor is gone.
Cancer Drug Proves to Be Effective Against Multiple Tumors

Cancer Drug Proves to Be Effective Against Multiple Tumors

Adrienne Skinner of Larchmont, N.Y., had an extraordinarily rare and deadly cancer with no standard treatment. She started taking Keytruda in 2014 and her tumor is gone.
Cancer Drug Proves to Be Effective Against Multiple Tumors

Cancer Drug Proves to Be Effective Against Multiple Tumors

Adrienne Skinner of Larchmont, N.Y., had an extraordinarily rare and deadly cancer with no standard treatment. She started taking Keytruda in 2014 and her tumor is gone.
Sports of The Times: Chemotherapy, Then the U.S. Championships, for Gabriele Grunewald

Sports of The Times: Chemotherapy, Then the U.S. Championships, for Gabriele Grunewald

Gabriele Grunewald, 30, a competitor in the 1,500 meters who is battling cancer for the fourth time.
Glioblastoma, John McCain’s Form of Brain Cancer, Carries Troubling Prognosis

Glioblastoma, John McCain’s Form of Brain Cancer, Carries Troubling Prognosis

Senator John McCain has glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain cancer, his doctors said on Wednesday.
John McCain Has Been Diagnosed With Glioblastoma. What Is That?

John McCain Has Been Diagnosed With Glioblastoma. What Is That?

What to know about the senator's aggressive tumor
John McCain Has Been Diagnosed With Glioblastoma. What Is That?

John McCain Has Been Diagnosed With Glioblastoma. What Is That?

What to know about the senator's aggressive tumor
A Cancer Conundrum: Too Many Drug Trials, Too Few Patients

A Cancer Conundrum: Too Many Drug Trials, Too Few Patients

Dr. Wassim Abida, a medical oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, examined Bruce Fenstermacher, a patient taking part in a clinical trial.
A Cancer Conundrum: Too Many Drug Trials, Too Few Patients

A Cancer Conundrum: Too Many Drug Trials, Too Few Patients

Dr. Wassim Abida, a medical oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, examined Bruce Fenstermacher, a patient taking part in a clinical trial.
This Pen Can Diagnose Cancer in 10 Seconds

This Pen Can Diagnose Cancer in 10 Seconds

When it comes to treating cancer, surgeons want to get rid of as much cancerous tissue as possible during tumor removal. Now a new technology—the size of a pen—is attempting to make that easier by
This Pen Can Diagnose Cancer in 10 Seconds

This Pen Can Diagnose Cancer in 10 Seconds

When it comes to treating cancer, surgeons want to get rid of as much cancerous tissue as possible during tumor removal. Now a new technology—the size of a pen—is attempting to make that easier by
Global Health: As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan

Global Health: As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan

Paul Mugumya, 7, lying in the Kawempe Home Care facility for children in Kampala, Uganda, had three hernia operations before surgeons realized he had a blistering football-shaped tumor. Cancers — many
Global Health: As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan

Global Health: As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan

Paul Mugumya, 7, lying in the Kawempe Home Care facility for children in Kampala, Uganda, had three hernia operations before surgeons realized he had a blistering football-shaped tumor. Cancers — many
Global Health: As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan

Global Health: As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan

Paul Mugumya, 7, lying in the Kawempe Home Care facility for children in Kampala, Uganda, had three hernia operations before surgeons realized he had a blistering football-shaped tumor. Cancers — many
F.D.A. Approves Second Gene-Altering Treatment for Cancer

F.D.A. Approves Second Gene-Altering Treatment for Cancer

Cells taken from cancer patients are genetically engineered to fight cancer at a Kite processing facility.
F.D.A. Approves Second Gene-Altering Treatment for Cancer

F.D.A. Approves Second Gene-Altering Treatment for Cancer

Cells taken from cancer patients are genetically engineered to fight cancer at a Kite processing facility.
Why Is This Bacterium Hiding in Human Tumors?

Why Is This Bacterium Hiding in Human Tumors?

A colored scanning electron micrograph of dental plaque, with Fusobacterium nucleatum shown in red. The bacteria, found in the mouth, are also found in half of all colon tumors and travel with the
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