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Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2018

Director's message: Our rich tradition of cancer research
Advances in clinical research and basic research translate to improvements in patient care.
Predicting which colon polyps might transform to cancer
This discovery would be a major clinical step forward in individualizing patient care.
New test links BRCA2 gene mutations to breast, ovarian cancer 
The findings may help patients make better decisions about results obtained from genetic testing.
MGUS poses lifelong risk of progression to multiple myeloma
Patients should be checked for progression and receive all routine preventive services as they age.
Late biostatistician's plan for clinical trial bears fruit
Results from the IDEA colon cancer study show that patients may be able to reduce chemotherapy.
Immunity-boosting vaccine targets aggressive breast cancer
Future studies will help determine the duration of immunity in HER2 and identify tumor subtypes.
Meet the Investigator: Stephen M. Ansell, M.D., Ph.D.
In this video, Dr. Ansell, a hematologist, discusses his research on lymphoma biology and treatment.
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