Lincoln Observer – March 26
Scientists at Moffitt Cancer Center are trying to identify various strategies to deal with this illness. In a new article featured online in Scientific Reports, they highlight how targeting the histone deacetylase HDAC11 may be a novel therapeutic technique for NSCLC.
Newswise – March 26
Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center are trying to identify alternative strategies to treat this disease. In a new article published online in Scientific Reports, they highlight how targeting the histone deacetylase HDAC11 may be a novel therapeutic strategy for NSCLC.
Mesothelioma.com – March 26
In addition to CDC recommendations, The Moffitt Cancer Center had the following recommendations:
Get a flu shot if you haven’t already. Avoid public transportation if at all possible. If you must use public transportation, maintain social distance. Keep as much space between you and others as possible. Also follow CDC guidelines for handwashing and infection prevention.
Healio - March 25
Diane Portman, MD, FAAHPM, is chair of the department of supportive care medicine at Moffitt Cancer Center and associate professor of oncologic sciences at Morsani College of Medicine at University of South Florida.
Daytime/WFLA – March 25
So they sent me off to get it tested, and just within a month I was checking in with Moffitt, and getting the diagnosis, and getting the plan together.
Black Enterprise - March 24
“We have relationships with Moffitt Cancer Center, which is amazing as a small black-owned business.
Precision Oncology News – March 24
The expertise and technological knowhow to practice precision oncology is concentrated at relatively few specialized centers around the country, in places like Intermountain, UCSD's Moores Cancer Center, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.
Cancer Network – March 23
In an editorial written by Timothy J. Yeatman, MD, of Intermountain Healthcare, Michael J. Schell, PhD, of Moffitt Cancer Center, and William Sause, MD, of intermountain healthcare, the authors wrote, “We applaud the authors for the novelty of basing their findings on biological data (i.e., somatic variants) rather than simply pathological data.
WTVT – March 20
According to Moffitt that's true for people on drugs and chemo, bone marrow transplant patients and people with blood and immune system cancers.
Tampa Bay Times – March 20
That was Klein’s home base for the last decade of his life, in between vacations to the Galápagos Islands and Iguazú Falls, then later, when he wasn’t making the 700-mile round trips to Moffitt Cancer Center for rounds and rounds of treatment.
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