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November-December 2014, Volume 59, Issue 11-12  

Striving to Improve Treatments for Uveal Melanoma
Researchers hope to reduce recurrence rates
Beyond Diabetes: Metformin May Have Broad Utility in Cancer
Diabetes drug shows promise in cancer treatment, prevention
House Call: Smoking Cessation
Medications can help smokers quit
In Brief: Vaccine Explored to Reduce Risk of HER2-Positive Breast Cancer Recurrence

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OncoLog, November-December 2014, Volume 59, Issue 11-12 

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Feature Articles

New Drugs for Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Ease Suffering and Extend Life
JAK2 inhibitors and other treatments improve quality of life

Neoadjuvant Targeted Therapy May Offer Multiple Benefits for Patients with Locally Advanced Renal Cancer
Targeted drugs may offer multiple benefits

Biomarker-Driven Clinical Trials May Improve Personalized Treatment for Patients With Lung Cancer
Lung-MAP and BATTLE-2 studies test targeted therapies

New Antibody-Chemotherapy Combinations Show Promise Against Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Early results from ongoing clinical trials

In Brief

Large-Scale Molecular Data Analysis Yields Multiple Benefits

Needle Biopsy Underused in Breast Cancer Diagnosis

House Call

Symptoms of Cancer
Lasting symptoms can mean cancer or other diseases

Books Can Help Patients Deal With Cancer
Reading provides education and inspiration

Managing Stress After Cancer Treatment
Communication helps cancer survivors cope with stress