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Expert oncologists provide brief, distilled summaries of the most central issues in cancer management and emerging approaches for patients and caregivers. The Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education (GRACE) is committed to providing the knowledge that will help enable the general public to be informed participants in their own care. Visit cancerGRACE.org for more info.

Immunotherapy Forum Video #7: Drs. Pardoll, Hellman, and Luke sat for a moderated Q&A with Dr. Jack West.


Immunotherapy Forum Video #6: In Part 2 of 2 videos on this topic, Dr. Jason Luke from the University of Chicago talks about the types of immunotherapy currently in use for melanoma, kidney cancer, and lung cancer and how they are given to patients.


Immunotherapy Forum Video #5: In Part 1 of 2 videos on this topic, Dr. Jason Luke from the University of Chicago talks about the types of immunotherapy currently in use for melanoma, kidney cancer, and lung cancer and how they are given to patients.


There were many advances in lung cancer targeted treatments in 2014. The one that most excites Dr. Geoffrey Oxnard from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is the use of liquid biopsies.


Immunotherapy Forum Video #4: In Part 2 of 2 videos on this topic, Dr. Matthew Hellmann from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center discusses the century-long history of attempting to treat cancer with immunotherapy.


Immunotherapy Forum Video #3: In Part 1 of 2 videos on this topic, Dr. Matthew Hellmann from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center discusses the century-long history of attempting to treat cancer with immunotherapy.


Immunotherapy Forum Video #2: In Part 2 of 2 videos on this topic, Dr. Drew Pardoll from the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins explains what immunotherapy is and how it helps cancer patients live longer - many for five years or more.


Immunotherapy Forum Video #1: In Part 1 of 2 videos on this topic, Dr. Drew Pardoll from the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins explains what immunotherapy is and how it helps cancer patients live longer - many for five years or more.


Linnea Duff, a 10-year stage IV ALK+ lung cancer patient, gives thanks to GRACE this week and urges others to do the same.

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Category:Lung-Cancer-Video -- posted at: 12:00pm PDT

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. To mark it this year, GRACE is celebrating the empowered lung cancer patient. In this video, Linnea Duff, a 10-year stage IV ALK+ lung cancer patient, shares her journey from stunned patient to empowered patient.