It has been a busy and exciting start to 2017 for immunotherapy researcher Eric Tran, Ph.D., and it could make a great difference in the lives of people fighting cancer.
More than 20 studies of promising new therapies for lung cancer patients are open now at Providence Cancer Center, including studies of targeted therapies and novel immunotherapy combinations.
First-in-human data presented at GTCBio 9th Immunotherapeutics & Immunomonitoring Conference
Immunotherapy is a treatment approach that harnesses the immune system to recognize, attack and eliminate cancer.
The opportunity to conduct...
Patients with a variety of cancer types are eligible to receive new and promising treatments when they participate in Phase I research studies at Providence Cancer Center.
Providence physicians and scientists have been leading the way in melanoma research and treatment for more than 20 years. Our findings have resulted in new ways to boost immune response, which has improved the standard of care for patients with this aggressive malignancy.
Providence Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Clinic offers world-class care for patients with benign and malignant tumors of the oral cavity (mouth), tongue, pharynx (throat), larynx (voice box), nose, paranasal sinuses, salivary glands and thyroid gland, as well as tumors at the skull base. Our medical and surgical oncology teams work collaboratively to start patients on treatment regimens very quickly.
Providence Cancer Center is actively involved in gastrointestinal cancer research, focusing our attention on cancers of the upper (esophagus and stomach), middle (pancreas, liver, gall bladder, bile ducts and small intestine) and lower (colon, rectum and anus) gastrointestinal tract.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded two significant grants to Providence Cancer Center researchers
An unprecedented international collaboration promises to take cancer treatment research to a new level and allow substantially more patients at Providence Cancer Center to take part in clinical trials every year.