Tag: Clinical Trials

Glioblastoma Patient Enrolls in Novel Clinical Trial...

When Gwen Watson was diagnosed with glioblastoma (GBM), an aggressive brain cancer, she and her husband didn’t hesitate to drive...

June 2, 2022

Miami Cancer Institute Grant Will Help Expand...

A $5 million grant from the Miguel B. Fernandez Family Foundation will support efforts by Miami Cancer Institute to make...

April 20, 2022

Making Clinical Trials More Accessible to All...

For cancer patients who have complex cancers with limited options or who have exhausted all other treatment options, clinical trials...

March 14, 2022

Miami Cancer Institute Launches Two FDA-Approved Clinical...

Miami Cancer Institute, part of Baptist Health South Florida, has begun enrolling patients in two investigator-led clinical trials for patients...

March 3, 2022

New Therapies Hold Promise for Miami Cancer...

According to the American Cancer Society, cancer is now the second leading cause of death, after accidents, in children under...

November 3, 2021

Miami Cancer Institute Expert Highlights Advances in...

For the nearly 250,000 men expected to be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year, advances in both technology and treatment...

September 30, 2021

Miami Cancer Institute’s CEO Discusses the Importance...

Editor’s Note: To mark World Cancer Research Awareness Day on September 24, Miami Cancer Institute CEO and executive medical director...

September 24, 2021

Chemoprevention: Lowering the Chance of Breast Cancer

In the fight against breast cancer, prevention has become as important as finding a cure or prolonging survival ― perhaps...

July 13, 2021

Miami Cancer Institute Launches HIV/Cancer Clinic and...

Cancer patients who also have HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) can now benefit from services offered at Miami Cancer Institute’s new...

July 7, 2021

First Clinical Trial in Florida Using Low-Dose...

Patients admitted with COVID-19 at Baptist Health South Florida hospitals may now enroll in a clinical trial to test a...

August 20, 2020

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