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Murray, who’s been with his wife and fellow actress Sarah Roemer since 2014, played dress up to accompany her to her first-ever prom: the Children’s Hospital of Orange County oncology prom.
Fifteen rooms and beds were added to the fourth floor hematology, oncology and bone marrow transplant wing (known as 4 Henson Hall or 4HH).
Prostate cancer is one of the largest oncology markets.
The field of therapies that unleash the immune system’s own defenses to fight tumors, known as immuno-oncology, has exploded in the past three years.
Basch is now leading a national trial involving 1,000 patients being treated in community oncology practices around the country.
The program provides nurse navigators, volunteer navigators, oncology social workers, support groups and specialized classes, including tai chi, yoga, healthy cooking and group programs for children who have a parent or loved one with cancer.
At UCSD and partner institutions, there are some of the best researchers in the world in neuro-oncology, as well as research into the brain and cancer, more generally.
The devices are installed in the hospital’s new Pediatric Care Pavilion, which hosts critical care units such as oncology, hematology and bone - marrow transplant units.
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medical : the study and treatment of cancer and tumors
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