Cancer Center News and Updates

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CHOP on the Front Lines of New Treatments for a Rare Bone Cancer

Patrick Grohar, MD, PhD, an attending physician with the Cancer Center and the Director of Translational Research with the Center of Childhood Cancer Research, is set to launch a novel, experimental approach to treating relapsed Ewing sarcoma, as highlighted in this story in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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AML Immunotherapy Trial Opens

Published on in Oncology Update

CHOP has opened a phase 1 trial using CAR T for tough acute myeloid leukemia, hoping to replicate the therapy’s success for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Researchers With the Center of Childhood Cancer Research Working Hard to Find a Cure for Ewing’s Sarcoma

Jake Orlick, an 11-year-old boy, is fighting a courageous battle against Ewing Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. Our Patrick Grohar, MD, PhD, an attending physician with the Cancer Center and the Director of Translational Research with the Center of Childhood Cancer Research, may be on the verge of a breakthrough with a novel new experimental treatment for relapsed Ewing sarcoma.

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