Dr Bill Nelson talks with three-time cancer survivor Kristina Baum about the challenges of confronting her disease and successfully running the New York City Marathon in November.
Posts by Clinton Petty:
New Mathematical Model of Cancer Formation Reveal that Genetic Signs of the Disease Can Start Decades Before Diagnosis
A new mathematical model of tumorigenesis—the formation of cancer—developed by scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Whiting School of Engineering, and Bloomberg School of Public Health, suggests that the accumulation of random genetic mutations that launch a cell into malignancy later in life may get their start as early as the teen years. […]
Clement Okoh is a cancer survivor, author, entrepreneur….and proud grandfather. Cancer Matters will be sharing book excerpts of his personal journey, “OSONDU”, an inspiring story of hope. Photo: The picture shows me with Dr. Daniel Sciubba of Johns Hopkins. When we met, I was paralyzed from a spinal fracture at a tumor. He performed a […]
Dr. Arjun Gupta and colleagues published a paper today entitled, ‘Use of Bone Modifying Agents Among Medicare Beneficiaries with Multiple Myeloma,’ in JAMA Oncology. In this video, Dr. Gupta reviews the paper and explains how the use of denosumab has skyrocketed in patients with multiple myeloma since its FDA approval in January 2018. To […]