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Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, is a principal teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School and an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Based in Boston, Dana-Farber is a world-renowned leader in adult and pediatric cancer treatment and scientific research.

Latest from Dana-Farber

Tarantino Previews Exciting Research in HER2-Low Breast Cancer

May 26, 2022

Dr Tarantino provides background on the categorization of HER2-low disease in breast cancer, issues with standardization and interpretation, historical management strategies, and ongoing research with agents including trastuzumab deruxtecan, trastuzumab duocarmazine, and disitamab vedotin.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Lifespan Renew Strategic Alliance Agreement

May 02, 2022

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Lifespan Cancer Institute have agreed to renew their strategic alliance to advance cancer treatment and research. Dana-Farber and the Lifespan Cancer Institute signed an initial agreement in 2017.

BTK- and Venetoclax-Based Approaches Move the Needle Forward in CLL Management

April 05, 2022

Inhye Ahn, MD, discusses the evolving treatment landscape of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, the advances made with BTK inhibitors and venetoclax-based regimens, novel combination regimens under exploration, and other research efforts that are underway.

Targeted Combo Notches Rare Success in Glioblastoma

March 30, 2022

Encouraging response rates to a dual-targeted regimen in patients with recurrent or refractory malignant brain tumors with BRAF V600E mutations were reported in 2021, representing a new potential targeted therapy strategy against glioblastoma.

Precursor Conditions Unlock Potential for Early Interventions in Multiple Myeloma

March 29, 2022

Data presented at the ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition underscored the growing focus on improving screening, advancing methods of detection, and improving our understanding of the genomic, genetic, and epigenetic factors that govern progression and therapeutic resistance in multiple myeloma.