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This is why pharma companies have piled into oncology over the past decade.
That knowledge, says Dr. Ray Lin, the medical director of radiation oncology for Scripps Health and Beaumonte’s radiation oncologist, allowed the medical team to tailor specific chemotherapy, surgery and radiation treatments to her.
That area is cancer immunotherapy—or, immuno-oncology, or just plain I-O, as it’s sometimes called.
MD Anderson Cancer Center currently hires everyone from entry level to the very experienced level in oncology nursing.
But its toll never fails to induce tears, as the sound reverberates down the oncology units' hallways.
The drugs included Procrit, Aloxi, Anzemet, granisetron, Kytril, and Neupogen and were distributed to patients, doctors, and oncology centers nationwide.
The pipeline of oncology drugs in clinical development has grown 45% in the past decade.
Isaiah Ramirez, 3, a patient in the oncology department, receives eyeballs from Gina Valdez, right, as Caitlin Pearce watches during a Halloween event at Methodist Childrens Hospital on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017.
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