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Steve’s journey with stage 4 lung cancer

After being diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, Steve Behan was determined to not let this historically poor prognosis become a reality

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Progress in ovarian cancer research - it starts with the patients

Scot Ebbinghaus, vice president, clinical research

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HPV-related cancers: What you need to know

Learn about human papillomavirus, or HPV, and the World Health Organization's effort to eliminate cervical cancer as a public health problem

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It’s cancer. Biomarker testing may help guide your personal care plan

Oncologist and scientific AVP Dr. Alexandra Snyder Charen explains why biomarkers are critical to help us reveal what’s driving the cancer and how we approach it

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Podcast: How to bridge diversity gaps in cancer clinical trials

Luther Clark talks with Lazarex Cancer Foundation's Dana Dornsife and Marya Shegog about increasing access among historically underrepresented communities

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Routine doctor visits are down. Here’s why we shouldn’t skip them

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Driving melanoma research forward

An interview with Dr. Nageatte Ibrahim, associate vice president, oncology, global clinical development

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How we kept clinical trials on track amid COVID-19

MSD’s head of global clinical trial operations talks pivoting during a worldwide pandemic

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Understanding melanoma: The signs, symptoms and risk factors

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Working together to detect lung cancer earlier

Vicki Goodman, vice president, therapeutic area head, oncology late-stage development, reports on encouraging progress in lung cancer screening around the world

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Understanding head and neck cancer

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It’s personal: Dr. Roy Baynes on making progress in esophageal cancer research

Every step forward holds meaning for patients and their loved ones

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5 facts about lung cancer

What everyone needs to know about one of the most common types of cancer

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After a second cancer battle, every day is a “great day”

Emmy Award-winning journalist and cancer survivor Loriana Hernandez-Aldama has dedicated her life to helping others “Armorup for LIFE” for the fight against cancer

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4 ways to drive progress in cancer care beyond the pandemic

Vicki Goodman, vice president, therapeutic area head, late-stage oncology, on how we’re supporting cancer care despite COVID-19 and what it means for the future

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Teddy bears step up to raise awareness for children's cancer

With no live attendees this year, teddy bears attend soccer match in the Netherlands to raise awareness for children's cancer

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Taking on lung cancer is worth the fight

Lung cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide, and more than 4,000 people die of the disease every day.

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I'm a cancer survivor. Now what?

The cancer journey continues well beyond diagnosis and treatment – and survivorship comes with its own a set of challenges

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Cancer care during COVID-19: No patient left behind

By Dr. Roy Baynes, chief medical officer

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Inspiring people, one day at a time

“I am a survivor and HOPEologist, and I will dedicate my life to helping others.”

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5 ways to support a loved one living with lung cancer

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MSD joins the World Cancer Day movement to push for progress

Cancer is one of the most significant health challenges of our time – cutting lives too short for far too many people.

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Facing breast cancer three times – a profile of hope

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It takes a village

Collaborating to make a difference in the lives of people with cancer

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When breast cancer hits home

A perspective on courage and perseverance

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How we are building a strong foundation in pancreatic cancer research

Dr. Peter Kang, executive director, clinical research, MSD Research Laboratories, shares his perspective on why there are reasons for hope.

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Ovarian cancer - too many lives cut short

By Scot Ebbinghaus, vice president, clinical research, MSD Research Laboratories