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Gift will help researchers develop new drugs and cellular therapies to boost immune system Read More
The fourth episode of Moffitt Cancer Center's Cancer in our Community podcast focuses on digital health and features Dr. Jhanelle Gray. Read More
A group of investigators at Moffitt Cancer Center initiated a trial to determine if non-small cell lung cancer patients could have response to TIL therapy Read More
Well-preserved postmortem lung cancer specimens allow for genetic and molecular analyses Read More
Smokers who also vape e-cigarettes can help with research effort Read More
My husband and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary last year and know without a doubt that I would not be alive today if we had not sought treatment at Moffitt Cancer Center. Read More
"I did not know of anyone with cancer and had no knowledge of lung cancer or any treatment I would need," remembers Sandra. Read More
Moffitt-initiated clinical trials for Imfinzi led to expanded use of novel treatment for stage III non-small cell lung cancer patients Read More
The third item on the list of Moffitt research developments for 2017 involves new targets for existing cancer-fighting drugs. Read More
The second one on the list of Moffitt research developments involves a grant to study how immunotherapy can change the way the cancer center is treating lung cancer. Read More
Dr. Lodovico Balducci’s research focuses on cancer and aging Read More
Lung cancer is by far the leading cause of cancer death among both men and women. More than 220,000 Americans are diagnosed with lung cancer every year. Read More
The radiomics model detects features in small lung nodules that increase a patient’s risk of developing lung cancer Read More
The research project will study using a patient’s radiosensitivity and genetics to determine optimal radiation dosage Read More
Moffitt and Dana-Farber investigate the potential to improve precision medicine by noninvasively assessing the molecular and clinical characteristics of lung tumors Read More
Know when to get a lung cancer screening using this infographic. Read More
Dr. Matthew Schabath spoke with Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend on WFTS-TV about the importance of lung cancer screenings. Read More
Should you really be worried about indoor air quality? In a word, yes. Read More
Ena's fiancé, Steven, didn’t know if they were going to see the wedding day they’d been planning for months. He decided then and there he wanted to marry her right away. Read More
George Kondas is a hero, an inspiration and a reminder to never give up hope as America remembers the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Read More
Some people are surprised to learn that breathing in secondhand smoke from a burning cigarette, cigar or pipe is just as hazardous as smoking itself. Read More
The goal of this observance is to raise awareness about lung disease, the incidence of which is steadily on the rise in the U.S. Read More
Thinking about kicking the habit but think it’s too late? Quitting at any age can give back years to your life. Read More
World No Tobacco Day, which is sponsored by the World Health Organization and observed around the globe, is intended to encourage everyone to abstain from using all forms of tobacco – including smoking, chewing and dipping – for at least 24 hours. Read More
At Moffitt, our treatment options give patients the best tactics to beat cancer. Early detection from screenings is key to beating a cancer diagnosis. That is why Moffitt takes the lead in bringing the quality care to patients when they get here. Read More
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