September 19, 2023
Tag: Head and Neck Cancer Clinical Program
August 7, 2023
Two subtypes of HPV-associated head and neck cancers predict treatment outcomes
Researchers have divided HPV+ head and neck cancers into two distinct subtypes, which can help determine how well patients will respond to therapy.
August 1, 2023
CURE: HPV-Related Head and Neck Cancer May Have Two Distinct Subtypes
July 11, 2023
Clinical trial improves man’s quality of life with tongue cancer
Vance Aldrich Bell III experienced positive life-changing results after participating in a clinical trial for squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue.
July 7, 2023
Washington Daily News: Clinical trial improves man’s quality of life with tongue cancer
July 5, 2023
A routine primary care visit led to early cancer diagnosis
A cancerous lump was discovered during Brian Stepien's annual physical. The early catch meant the tumor was still treatable.
January 10, 2023
Cancer patient finds support from family, friends, health care community
A head and neck cancer diagnosis has created some stumbling blocks for John Erwin and his family, but he says they are now stronger than they were before. “Our family is as tight now as it’s ever been.”
September 27, 2022
Protein could help identify head and neck cancers that require less intensive treatment
Adding detection of immune cell protein SYNGR3 to current protocols could lead to a more reliable way of determining which patients with head and neck cancer need less intensive treatment.
July 27, 2022
Military historian fights personal war with cancer
As a college professor specializing in military history, Dick Kohn is used to exploring the successes and failures of the past and looking at them through a current lens. But Kohn’s history with cancer is one area of his past that he is glad to see in the rearview mirror.
April 12, 2022
Couple unified through cancer, caregiver struggles
When a significant other is diagnosed with cancer, it can be just as hard on the loved one as it is on the patient. However, Stephen and Jackie Alston found themselves experiencing both roles when they were each diagnosed with cancer years apart.