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ZUMA-3 CAR T Study Results Are In

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With Leukemia in Remission, Roman Reigns Returns to WWE

The WWE Superstar announced this week that he is ready to step back into the ring. Read More


Running the Distance to Fight Cancer

Days before returning to Moffitt to treat his leukemia, Ron Wertley completes the 48.6 mile Dopey Challenge. Read More


WWE Star Wrestler Steps Out of Ring, Reveals Leukemia Battle

Roman Reigns has been battling the disease for 11 years Read More


CAR T Provides Remission, Purpose for Moffitt Leukemia Patient

For CAR T treatment, T cells are removed from a patient’s blood and sent to a lab where the cells are genetically modified to better enable them to identify and attack cancer cells. Read More


Moffitt’s Top Research Developments of 2017: New Hope for Aggressive Leukemia

Patients with certain fast-progressing and deadly types of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) saw the first new drug for their disease in more than 40 years approved by the FDA. Read More


What is CAR T Therapy?

Dr. Frederick Locke, vice chair of the Department of Blood and Marrow Transplant and Cellular Immunotherapy, answers some frequently asked questions about CAR T cell therapy. Read More


8 Questions with Moffitt Patient and Professional Wakeboarder Alexa Score

"For me the act of 'surviving' isn’t one single accomplishment, like having no cancer or growing your hair back. Surviving, to me, is a way of life," says Alexa Score. Read More


The Doctors: Veterinarian Dr. Edward Donates Stem Cells to Save His Brother

Although the brothers were only a 6-out-of-10 match, doctors were hopeful that a closely related donor would give Sylvan Edward a better outcome. Read More


Ashley's Story: Paying it Forward

My journey to becoming the new co-chair of the Patient and Family Advisory Council began five years ago at the age of 27 when I walked through the doors at Moffitt for treatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia. Read More


September Is Blood Cancer Awareness Month – What You Need to Know

The U.S. Congress has designated September as Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Moffitt Cancer Center is pleased to join in this effort as a way to educate the general public and provide support, strength and hope to individuals who are affected by blood cancer. Read More


September Is Leukemia & Lymphoma Awareness Month

Approximately every four minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma or another type of cancer that affects the blood cells, bone marrow or lymphatic system. Read More


Harriett's Story

When Harriet’s cancer returned she was comforted knowing her Moffitt team was with her every step of the way during her treatment. Read More


Marty's Story

Being a father is the most important job Marty has. He’s determined to show is kids that cancer can be fought. Read More


Tina's Story

Since cancer had never come up in her family history Tina was shocked to learn of her leukemia diagnosis. She appreciates that her Moffitt team was always available to answer her questions. Read More


Angela's Story

In 2008 Angela, then 30 years old, found she had acute myeloid leukemia. A new mother with a responsible job writing training manuals, she immediately was put into isolation and underwent inpatient chemotherapy followed by seven months of outpatient chemotherapy at Moffitt. Read More