Financial Times – Sept. 20
Moffitt is the third-largest US cancer center by patient volume — and the fastest growing, with construction under way on a new wing.
Bay News 9 – Sept. 19
We spoke to doctors at Moffitt Cancer Center, about Alex Trebek's recent announcement.
Florida Sentinel Bulletin – Sept. 19
CydneyWarfield, a nurse at Moffitt Cancer Center, points to two important factors that led to her career in cancer care: her mom and dad.
Becker’s Hospital Review – Sept. 19
Here are the 15 recipients of the innovation grants, beginning with the $30,000 awards: H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute (Tampa, Fla.)
Telemundo Boston – Sept. 19
Hasta ahora tres pacientes con melanoma, internados en el Centro de Cáncer Moffitt de Tampa han recibido la vacuna y están siendo monitoreados.
Proactive Investors – Sept. 19
A new dendritic-cell treatment vaccine developed by Dr Pawel Kalinski and his colleagues in collaboration with Brian Czerniecki, who is the chair of the Breast Oncology Department at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida
AML Global Portal – Sept. 18
During SOHO 2019, Houston, US, the AML Global Portal were pleased to interview Dr Jeffrey E. Lancet from Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, US, on whether it is time to abandon standard chemotherapy induction ("7+3") for regimens containing hypomethylating agents (HMA) and/or venetoclax when treating patients with acute myeloid leukemia.
Bay News 9 – Sept. 18
On Sept. 21, she is going to give a $500 check to Moffitt Cancer Center.
PR Web – Sept. 18
The phase II trial, slated to open in 2020, would be the first clinical study to assess the effectiveness of a three-pronged strategy combining distinct immunotherapy approaches:
A new dendritic-cell treatment vaccine developed by Dr. Kalinski and colleagues in collaboration with Brian Czerniecki, MD, PhD, Chair of the Breast Oncology Department at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida
The Citizens Voice – Sept. 19
The annual Paint Pittston Pink initiative will hold numerous events to raise money for cancer research and clinical trials as it looks to establish namesake funds at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, Florida.
Today Show/NBC – Sept. 17
"Unfortunately, pancreatic cancer is one of the most aggressive cancers," said Dr. Dae Kim, a gastrointestinal oncologist at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.
Prevention – Sept. 17
“Cancer patients need to discuss new symptoms with their oncologists since they can be signs of tumor growth or recurrence,” says Dae Won Kim, MD, a medical oncologist in Moffitt Cancer Center’s Gastrointestinal Oncology Program.
WOGX – Sept. 18
Moffitt Cancer Center and advent health are joining forces. They will provide world-class cancer treatment.
Bay News 9 – Sept. 17
Tampa's Moffitt Cancer Center is expanding to central Florida thanks to a partnership with AdventHealth.
Orlando Business Journal – Sept. 17
“By joining with Moffitt Cancer Center, we are ensuring our patients have access to Moffitt’s leading-edge research, clinical trials and novel treatments,” Daryl Tol, President & CEO
WMFE – Sept. 17
Moffitt Cancer Center’s Dr. Dan Sullivan says these patients will receive experimental drugs that have only been tested on small groups of people.
WTSP – Sept. 17
They’re encouraging pancreatic cancer patients and their families in the Bay area to attend a symposium at Moffitt Cancer Center on Oct. 18 to learn about prevention, early detection and treatment of pancreatic cancer.
WUSF – Sept. 17
Other inductees for this year’s Florida Inventor Hall of Fame class include: Dr. Alan F. List, President and CEO of H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, for his dedication to understanding cancer biology
Orlando Sentinel – Sept. 17
AdventHealth is partnering with Moffitt Cancer Center to bring to Central Florida early-phase clinical trials that will benefit cancer patients who have run out of other treatment options, the two organizations announced on Tuesday.
Cure – Sept. 16
“Once these antibodies form, they’re considered lifelong; therefore, the patient is always at risk of having a reaction,” says Dr. Kaaron Benson, director of the blood bank at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida. “We may not know about it at our hospital if it happened somewhere else.”
Tampa Bay Business Journal – Sept. 16
Moffitt Cancer Center is turning to the state to ask for support in funding its major projects on and off the Tampa campus.
FloridaPolitics.com – Sept. 16
Moffitt Cancer Center wants to increase the share it gets of cigarette taxes consumers pay when they buy a pack of smokes.
Tampa Bay Times – Sept. 16
The centerpiece of the planned 800-acre corporate business park will be an H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute life sciences research building.
Moffitt’s CEO and president Dr. Alan List confirmed the plans last week to the Tampa Bay Times editorial board.
Politico – Sept. 16
SEEKING HELP FROM TALLAHASSEE — “In need of an upgrade, Moffitt Cancer Center seeks millions more from state cigarette tax,”
Tampa Bay Times – Sept. 13
Since opening its doors three decades ago, the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa has been a lifesaver for patients around the globe and a remarkable asset for the region and Florida.
WUSF – Sept. 13
Proceeds from the premiere screenings will benefit pediatric cancer treatment and research, including the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, 1-Voice Foundation, Children’s Cancer Center and Moffitt Cancer Center.
WTSP – Sept. 13
The NHL team's upcoming 50/50 raffle, presented by Moffitt Cancer Center, will benefit areas impacted by the storm. Half the proceeds will go to help those in need.
Cancer Health – Sept. 13
Researchers at Harvard and Moffitt Cancer Center examined data from the Nurses’ Health Study II, which tracked the health of tens of thousands of women between 1989 and 2015 using questionnaires sent every two years, as well as medical records.
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