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Different Cancers, Same Drug: New Trial Targets Common Genetic Pathway in Tumors
May 18, 2017
Connor Pearcy, 5, was born with a tumor below his knee. A teenage boy developed a cancerous thyroid tumor in his neck. Connor and the teenager have very different tumors, but they are both on the same drug. How is that possible? A new pediatric cancer trial at Seattle Children’s is testing a drug that targets […]
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