Hope, Options, and “Cures” for Cancer

Researchers are making good progress with experimental immunotherapies for rare and difficult cancers. Outcomes may be far reaching.

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Telling patients that their cancer could be cured has long been taboo in the oncology world. But in his remarks to the 2018 attendees of the American Society of Clinical

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