Arnold’s advanced pancreas cancer that had spread to his liver was eliminated with a low-dose, five-drug combination being studied in a clinical trial led by Dung Le. Le is now testing new iterations of the therapy to see if she can help more patients. A new drug cocktail adds immunotherapy and a PARP inhibitor to […]
In our next Cancer Matters podcast, Bill Nelson and Swim Across America Baltimore's Volunteer Event Chair, Annie Applegarth, preview the 10th anniversary of their swims coming up on September 14 and 15. To listen to podcast, click here: http://bit.ly/2YqddIQ For more information or to register, click here: http://bit.ly/32vZpLQ
Celebrating a decade of support for groundbreaking cancer research, Swim Across America-Baltimore brings together swimmers of all ages and skill levels, including Olympians, with grassroots fundraising. Making a splash in Maryland 10 years ago, the organization has donated $3.4 million to the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center for clinical trials in immunotherapy, genomic-based testing […]
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Annie Applegarth, Volunteer Event Chair from Swim Across America - Baltimore, about her cancer diagnosis, the hurdles she overcame on the journey to recovery and how she sees the world differently as a survivor. They also preview Swim Across America's Open Water Swim coming up in September.
Master of Health Communications student Brian Boyle will participate in this weekend's Swim Across America Baltimore event, which benefits the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. His father recently celebrated 25 years free of cancer and will be kayaking alongside his son in Sunday's swim event. "Cancer has impacted our family many times, as it has for […]
The 2012 London Olympics have come and gone, and history has been made. The United States won a total of 104 Olympic medals, and, as an American, I couldn’t be more proud of our Olympic athletes. But each day I walk the halls of our Cancer Center, I meet patients who are worthy of gold […]