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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEHead and Neck Cancer Alliance Honors Hank Deneski with Distinguished Service Award Charleston, South Carolina — The Head and Neck Cancer Alliance (HNCA) is proud to announce the.
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In this Today.com article Nicci Buford, one of our Move-A-Thon team captains, discusses her long journey with stage 4 adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare form of cancer that usually develops in.
In this HuffPost.com article actor Stanley Tucci discusses his journey to beat oral cancer. “I lost 35 pounds,” he said. “I couldn’t eat. I had a feeding tube for six.
Getting your cancer diagnosis was probably one of the hardest days of your life, and as a parent it can also be incredibly difficult to think about how you’re going.
Amanda Hollinger, HNCA Executive Director, attended the Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C) Scientific Summit in San Diego last month alongside 450 members of the SU2C community. The annual SU2C Summit.
On December 12, 2022, Galera Therapeutics, Inc. announced the submission of its New Drug Application (NDA) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for avasopasem manganese 90 mg for.
If you haven’t heard yet, we recently launched a new national event – the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance Move-A-Thon. We’re excited and honored to announce that EMD Serono is a.
By Dr. Lauren V. Wood Chief Medical Officer at PDS Biotech As we learn more about cancers, we realize the tricks they play on the body. For generations the approach.
Imagine a life where you can’t eat or drink. But not just that. That is what everyone sees and remembers. “Ok, so he can’t go to restaurants anymore, but thank god he is here.” But now imagine this. . .