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  • Providence Community Cancer Screening Event

    Providence Community Cancer Screening Event

    Providence Community Cancer Screening Event

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  • Targeting cancer cells: Two studies take different approaches

    Targeting cancer cells: Two studies take different approaches

    A study designed to treat recurrent epithelial ovarian cancer looks at an antibody drug conjugate, and a second study for people with advanced breast cancer evaluates a drug that degrades estrogen rec

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  • The evolution of cancer immunotherapy: Dr. Urba shares his insights

    The evolution of cancer immunotherapy: Dr. Urba shares his insights

    Providence Cancer Institute chief medical officer Walter J. Urba, M.D., Ph.D. talks about the evolution of immunotherapy in the past three decades and his vision for its future.

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  • Cancer survivorship: A guide to living with and beyond cancer

    Cancer survivorship: A guide to living with and beyond cancer

    June is National Cancer Survivor Month, but we honor people with cancer, no matter where they are on their journey, every day of the year. Find out about the survivorship program at Providence Cancer

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  • Attend free virtual event on MRI-guided radiation therapy for pancreatic cancer

    Attend free virtual event on MRI-guided radiation therapy for pancreatic cancer

    Providence Cancer Institute presents a free virtual education event about MRI-guided radiation therapy and how it is used to treat pancreatic cancer.

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  • Cancer studies seek to harness the power of the immune system

    Cancer studies seek to harness the power of the immune system

    Explore three innovative studies targeting uveal melanoma, melanoma and head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. Learn why these studies offer hope for more effective cancer treatments.

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  • Celebrating World Immunology Day

    Celebrating World Immunology Day

    Providence Cancer Institute researcher shares her journey to immunology and the advice she has for those seeking a career in cancer research.

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  • Providence St. Joseph Hospital in Orange officially opens the Helen Caloggero Women’s and Family Center

    Providence St. Joseph Hospital in Orange officially opens the Helen Caloggero Women’s and Family Center

    Sprawling multi-million dollar facility in Orange County is a one-stop location to access full-suite of women’s health, mother-baby services and more

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  • New vaccine being studied for HPV+ head and neck cancer

    New vaccine being studied for HPV+ head and neck cancer

    Researchers at Providence Cancer Institute are exploring a range of innovative approaches to targeting human papillomavirus-positive head and neck squamous cell cancer.

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  • Moving past “healthy mom, healthy baby” for Black mothers

    Moving past “healthy mom, healthy baby” for Black mothers

    As Providence celebrates Black Maternal Health Week, we recognize the importance of providing holistic care for Black birthing parents and babies.

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  • Celebrating our oncology social workers

    Celebrating our oncology social workers

    In recognition of National Social Work Month, Darlene Corral, LCSW, shares a little insight into the importance of oncology social workers.

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  • Talking to an expert: The crucial role of nutrition in cancer care

    Talking to an expert: The crucial role of nutrition in cancer care

    In honor of National Nutrition Month® Alyssa George, MA, RDN, program manager at Oncology Nutrition, Providence Cancer Institute, talks about the important connection between cancer and nutrition.

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  • How promoting apoptosis in new study may help people with cancer

    How promoting apoptosis in new study may help people with cancer

    In a new clinical trial open at Providence Cancer Institute, the therapy IGM-8444 aims to promote apoptosis, potentially slowing down the growth of DR5-positive tumor cells.

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  • Endometriosis: Separating truths from misconceptions

    Endometriosis: Separating truths from misconceptions

    Learn the truth about endometriosis, including the symptoms, treatments and more in this comprehensive guide from Providence.

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  • Dose-escalation studies aspire to fill gaps in cancer treatment options

    Dose-escalation studies aspire to fill gaps in cancer treatment options

    Two early phase trials available at Providence Cancer Institute to evaluate escalating doses of different potential cancer treatments in patients with advanced solid tumors.

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  • FDA approves cellular therapy, offering hope to more people with cancer

    FDA approves cellular therapy, offering hope to more people with cancer

    The Food and Drug Administration has approved an adoptive cell therapy for adult patients with melanoma that has spread to other parts of the body (metastatic).

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  • Celebrating Women in Science

    Celebrating Women in Science

    In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science we highlight a researcher at Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, the research arm of Providence Cancer Institute.

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  • Virtual education: Food and common cancer myths

    Virtual education: Food and common cancer myths

    Providence registered dietitian Christina Speaks, MS, RDN, LD, shares valuable information about food and common cancer myths.

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  • Why regular health checks are vital for women in their 40s

    Why regular health checks are vital for women in their 40s

    Did you know that women in their 40s are at a higher risk of developing certain health conditions, such as breast cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis?

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  • Promising results of amivantamab studies appear in high-profile journals

    Promising results of amivantamab studies appear in high-profile journals

    New articles co-authored by Dr. Rachel Sanborn feature amivantamab studies for people with NSCLC.

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