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“We wanted to investigate the relationship between severe lymphopenia and poor survival, and if they were linked, potentially alter treatment regimens.”
September 15, 2019

Severe Lymphopenia Linked With Worse Outcomes After Chemoradiation for Esophageal Cancer

CHICAGO (September 15, 2019) – Patients with esophageal cancer who experienced severe lymphopenia after undergoing chemoradiation were more likely to have their disease recur and were at greater risk for death, according to a new study from researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center.

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September 13, 2019

Fox Chase Cancer Center Welcomes Michael Jay Styler

PHILADELPHIA (September 13, 2019) – Fox Chase Cancer Center hired Michael Jay Styler, MD, for the Department of Hematology/Oncology as an associate professor in the Bone Marrow Transplant Program.

September 11, 2019

Connolly Wins Rollman Award for Ovarian Cancer Research

Dr. Connolly is currently researching a subtype of ovarian cancer, high-grade serous carcinoma, in mouse models to understand why not all ovarian cancer arises in the ovary. Another project Connolly explores how a specific tool antibody may be developed into a therapeutic drug to kill ovarian cancer cells.Dr. Connolly is currently researching a subtype of ovarian cancer, high-grade serous carcinoma, in mouse models to understand why not all ovarian cancer arises in the ovary. Another project Connolly explores how a specific tool antibody may be developed into a therapeutic drug to kill ovarian cancer cells.

The award recognizes the achievements of outstanding alumni whose “personal lives, professional achievements, and community service exemplify the objectives of their alma mater.”
September 11, 2019

Jadwin Receives Alumni Award From Gwynedd Mercy

PHILADELPHIA (September 11, 2019) – Anne Jadwin, MSN, RN, AOCN, NE-BC, Vice President of Nursing Services and Chief Nursing Officer, was honored with the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award from Gwynedd Mercy University. The award recognizes the achievements of outstanding alumni whose “personal lives, professional achievements, and community service exemplify the objectives of their alma mater.”

September 10, 2019

Marcin Chwistek, MD, Appointed Editor-in-Chief of AAHPM Quarterly

PHILADELPHIA (September 10, 2019) – Marcin Chwistek, MD, FAAHPM, director of the Pain and Palliative Care Program, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of AAHPM Quarterly.

Andrews’ contribution to the study is his expertise in histone acetylation, by which DNA is made available for cellular processes.
September 9, 2019

Fox Chase Researcher Lands NCI Grant to Study Cancer Epigenetics

PHILADELPHIA (September 9, 2019) – Andrew J. Andrews, PhD, has been awarded a $33,348 grant from the National Cancer Institute for research attempting to determine the fundamental processes by which cancer cells can sense deficiencies in the production of essential metabolic components and adapt to overcome this and survive.

“This research will expand the understanding of burnout among oncology PAs and provide a foundation for the potential future development of effective interventions,” said Tetzlaff.
September 4, 2019

Researcher Receives Grant to Explore Burnout Among Physician Assistants in Oncology

PHILADELPHIA (September 4, 2019) – Eric D. Tetzlaff, MHS, PA-C, a physician assistant at Fox Chase Cancer Center, has received a $15,000 three-year grant from The Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology to explore the role and impact of burnout among physician assistants working in oncology.

Carolyn Y. Fang, PhD, and colleagues at Fox Chase Cancer Center recently discovered that among Chinese immigrant women living in and around Philadelphia, the relationship between markers of inflammation and risk for breast cancer varied according to the neighborhoods they lived in.
September 4, 2019

Neighborhood Affected Association Between Inflammation, Breast Cancer Risk Among Chinese Immigrants

PHILADELPHIA (September 4, 2019) – Research by Carolyn Y. Fang, PhD, and colleagues at Fox Chase Cancer Center showed that among Chinese immigrant women in and around Philadelphia, the relationship between markers of inflammation and risk for breast cancer varied according to their neighborhoods.

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