Mission accomplished: NASA doctor receives personalized leukemia treatment
Conquest highlights MD Anderson's latest cancer research, treatment and prevention strategies, innovative patient services and programs, and human interest stories about patients, donors, faculty, staff and volunteers.
Over the last quarter century, pulmonary medicine specialists at MD Anderson have helped to improve the quality of life for many cancer patients.
There are many definitions for excellence, but in nursing there is one measure that matters most: Magnet designation.
There’s the voice of an MD Anderson nurse, and then there is the voice of nursing at MD Anderson.
Conveying bad news to a patient or a patient’s family is one of the most challenging aspects of being a medical doctor, particularly in oncology.
Vittorio Alliata di Montereale of Honolulu recalls his apprehension after completing chemotherapy for chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) nine years ago.
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