A whole-genome scan to identify large-scale chromosomal damage can help doctors choose the best treatment option for children with neuroblastoma, one of the most common types of childhood cancer, finds an international collaboration jointly led by The Institute of Cancer Research, London. The researchers called for all children diagnosed with neuroblastoma worldwide to have a whole-genome scan as a standard […]read more
Month: September 2012
Ben made it into the DFMO study! He also passed his exams with flying colors! He’ll be doing the DFMO For a year then the docs will decide if he should st ay on it or not. We’re very happy he and his buddy Justin got it, though Justin is doing his in Michigan. (O-H…) The trip to Kansas City […]read more
Ben is eating a sugar cookie with chocolate icing and vanilla yogurt (his choice) on top of it. He is also going to drink a Kool-aid Squeezer, which is a fancy name for a high fructose corn syrup laced sugar drink. Blah… I have to go get a cup of coffee To wash down the cookies I had for breakfast. […]read more
Day one done in KC. Ben had a CT scan and an MIBG scan this afternoon. He’ll have another MIBG scan tomorrow morning then we’re free for the day.
more news as it comes in.
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