Husband, father and former law enforcement officer Gary was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2014. Not so long ago… but at that time, the groundbreaking immunotherapy treatment he has just received was not even available. Now, Gary has become the 100th patient to be treated with the first CAR T therapy approved for myeloma at Moffitt. “I am grateful to benefit from these treatment advances. I just want my wife and kids to know their dad is going to be there for them,” said Gary. Moffitt has treated more multiple myeloma patients with CAR T than any other center in the nation. Read More
Latinos Unidos Por Un Nuevo Amanecer (Latinos United by A New Awakening), commonly known as LUNA, is a not-for-profit organization founded more than 20 years ago by a Latina survivor of breast cancer. Read More
The health care needs of LGBTQ patients who are at risk or fighting cancer are a priority for continued research, Moffitt Cancer Center’s Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD, and Matthew Schabath, PhD, told ResearchAmerica.org prior to World Cancer Day on Feb. 4. Read More
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