Breakthrough Immunotherapy Helps Cancer Doctor in Her Own Fight Against Lymphoma

After spending years diagnosing cancer, Robyn Stacy-Humphries began her own battle against lymphoma. Now, a new immunotherapy tested at The James is helping her gain the upper hand in her effort to defeat the disease. Read More

After spending years diagnosing cancer, Robyn Stacy-Humphries began her own battle against lymphoma. Now, a new immunotherapy tested at The James is helping her gain the upper hand in her effort to defeat the disease. Read More

New Graft vs. Host Disease Findings Could Improve Treatment for Some Leukemia Patients

Hematologist Dr. Samantha Jaglowski discusses how a once-a-day pill can help some leukemia patients overcome side effects of treatment that can arise when the patient’s body recognizes the transplant as something that’s not supposed to be there. Read More

Hematologist Dr. Samantha Jaglowski discusses how a once-a-day pill can help some leukemia patients overcome side effects of treatment that can arise when the patient’s body recognizes the transplant as something that’s not supposed to be there. Read More

New Therapy for Childhood Leukemia In Studies to Determine Success in Adult Treatments, Too

The FDA has approved a treatment that genetically alters patients’ own immune cells to attack childhood leukemia. James expert Dr. Samantha Jaglowski is now studying the possible use of the same treatment – called CAR-T therapy – for adults. Read More

The FDA has approved a treatment that genetically alters patients’ own immune cells to attack childhood leukemia. James expert Dr. Samantha Jaglowski is now studying the possible use of the same treatment – called CAR-T therapy – for adults. Read More