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   Volume 3, Issue 2, July 2014
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Robert B. Diasio, M.D Mayo Clinic: World-class researchers and physicians, 'exceptional' Cancer Center

The National Cancer Institute renews Mayo Clinic Cancer Center's support grant.



Chemo after radiation therapy improves brain cancer survival
Study shows significant improvement in overall survival for patients with low-grade gliomas.


New data guides management of breast biopsy abnormalities
Two types of breast tissue abnormalities may have same potential to progress to breast cancer.


Precursor of multiple myeloma more common in blacks than whites
Study could help tailor screening and prevention for different racial groups.


Mayo Clinic Cancer Center joins National Comprehensive Cancer Network
NCCN member institutions help create clinical practice guidelines.


Researchers propose a breast cancer drug for bladder cancer patients
A treatment for HER2-positive breast cancer may also work for HER2-positive bladder cancer.


Mayo Clinic researchers find two oncogenes that drive common lung cancer
New therapies targeting these oncogenes may prevent tumors from developing.


Meet the investigator
The research interests of Sarah A. McLaughlin, M.D., include breast cancer, oncoplastic breast surgery and lymphedema.

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