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Fighting cancer requires an open mind

Dr. Eric H. Rubin, oncology early development, on investigating the next frontier of cancer research

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Here for Good: The human element inspiring our cancer research

Learn how one doctor turned his family connection to cancer into a career driven by scientific innovation

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‘Wonder Angie’ enlists her ‘super friends’ to fight oral cavity cancer

After receiving an oral squamous cell carcinoma diagnosis, a head and neck cancer survivor finds hope by embracing science, prioritizing mental health and leaning on her work family

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Finding joy after facing cervical cancer twice

How one woman embraced life, marriage and motherhood after a grim diagnosis

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Supporting Australian patient communities through COVID-19

Three local health consumer organizations have received COVID-19 Regional Grants from MSD to support their pandemic response efforts for cancer patients and their families

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Understanding early-stage cancer

Early cancer detection may lead to better treatment outcomes

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Childhood cancer patient dedicates his life to clinical trial research

After participating in a pediatric leukemia study, Arjan Ooms’ life has come full circle as our director of clinical research in the Netherlands

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At risk for lung cancer? Know the signs & symptoms

Don't gloss over it, visit a doctor - do it FOR yourself

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When breast cancer hits home

A perspective on courage and perseverance

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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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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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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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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