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Moffitt Fellow Receives Urology Care Foundation Research Scholar Award

Joshua Linscott, MD, PhD studies the potential of urinary tumor DNA and circulating tumor DNA in bladder cancer

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New Combination Therapy Brings Hope to Bladder Cancer Patients

Innovative treatment shows high success rates in overcoming standard therapy resistance

Using First-of-its-Kind Vaccine to Treat Leptomeningeal Disease

Dendritic cell vaccine may prolong survival well past dismal prognosis

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Blood Test to Detect Colorectal Cancer Moves Closer to FDA Approval

Trial results show blood-based screening test can detect colorectal cancer in 83% of people with the disease.

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Moffitt at SouthShore Employment Opportunities are Coming Soon

This summer a cascade of job opportunities at the ambulatory clinic will appear online

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Photo of the Week: Coloring to Provide Better Care

A nursing project on mindfulness included coloring breaks, training with a yoga instructor, orientation to mindfulness apps and other “Take 5” breaks to decompress — all leading to better patient care

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AACR Report Highlights Disparities in Cancer Care

Despite lower incident rates, ethnic and racial minority groups are more likely to die from some cancers

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Personalized Vaccine Shows Promise in Merkel Cell Carcinoma

More than half of patients responded to checkpoint inhibitor rechallenge following treatment with vaccine containing streptococcus bacterial antigen

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‘Daily Diary’ Study Monitors Caregiver Stress and Mood

It’s part of a larger study to support caregivers and improve patient outcomes