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It’s Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, so we wanted to gather our best Kimmel Cancer Center resources for you. Learn more about cancer vaccines and other ways our experts are working to get the immune system to fight pancreatic cancer. Watch leading pancreatic cancer and immunology expert Elizabeth Jaffee, M.D., talk about new work from our(...)
It’s lung cancer awareness month. “Many times patients come to us and they’ve been told they don’t have hope. We always have hope,” says Peggy Lang, nurse practitioner and coordinator of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Thoracic Multidisciplinary Clinic and Lung Cancer Screening Program. In this video, she explains what every patient facing a(...)
Kimmel Cancer Center pediatric cancer patients had an out-of-this-world experience complements of the Space Suit EXPLORATION Project and Projekt Postcard. Patients chatted with astronaut Nicole Stott via Skype as they created artwork that will become part of a replica space suit and post cards that will be sent to the International Space Station. Child Life(...)
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researchers and clinicians are among the leaders of one of the 10 Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) Catalyst® clinical trial projects. Researchers from more than 30 institutions are collaborating across academic and corporate borders on clinical trials aimed at understanding why treatments are effective—across a variety of cancers—in a program(...)
--This blog post celebrates the one-year anniversary of the launch of the Bloomberg~Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy. When we launched the Bloomberg~Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy last March, we committed to accelerate the progress of immunotherapies in a real and measurable way, taking advantage of its ability to produce unprecedented and durable cancer regressions. We(...)
Trina Taylor (Isaac) has felt God’s guidance throughout her journey with colorectal cancer. She had been out of work for over a year before she was hired at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2008, an opportunity that was an answer to her prayers and more. Isaac remembers feeling sluggish. Already thin, she was losing more(...)
***With the end of summer, this concludes our three-part series about Camp Sunrise, a place of summer fun for pediatric oncology patients at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Read parts one and two. We asked kids and staff from Camp Sunrise to describe what they love about camp and their dreams for the future. Here's(...)
***With the end of summer, we bring you a three-part series about Camp Sunrise, a place of summer fun for pediatric oncology patients at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. This is the second part of the series; read part one. Childhood is supposed to be marked by sweet and simple memories, like losing a(...)
***With the end of summer, we bring you a three-part series about Camp Sunrise, a place of summer fun for pediatric oncology patients at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Part two features Amanda's story. What began in 1986 with seven campers has grown into the Kimmel Cancer Center-managed and -operated Camp Sunrise. The camp is(...)