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Engineered Multivalency: A Promising Strategy for Improved Cancer Therapy

By John Schardt and Steven Jay

Despite substantial effort and innovation in oncology therapeutic development, cancer remains a leading cause of death worldwide. HER3, a member of the human epidermal growth factor receptor family, has emerged as a critical target for cancer therapy. 510 more words

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Memory of a Mother: Mary Beth & Nicole

How would you describe your mother in just one word? If Mary Beth Nardoni had to be described in just one word, it would be kind. 907 more words


Sunday 1st May 2016

I’m still battling and trudging onwards (through mud it feels!) – Oh this is a long old slog that I wouldn’t recommend you try! But compared to this time last year I’m getting there……. 1,519 more words

Look Good Feel Better

keep you alld on what I larn and experienc

It has been too long since my last post, my apology to all of you. The last two rounds of chemo tried to kick my butt while I kicked cancer’s butt.  686 more words


Life... in Remission

Ok guys. I know. Its been a long time. Six months long.

I feel like that really bad friend (don’t pretend like you don’t know the one!), who reads your text message and POOF! 919 more words

Breast Cancer

Every little pain

Every little pain….

Constant fear.  I never have a moments piece. I have been having some belly issues for a few months, so at my last appointment I had my oncologist take a feel of my lower abdomen.  568 more words

Breast Cancer

Health Matters

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Blood Clots, Common Cause Of Death

Blood clots, also known as thrombosis, kill one in four people according to Gary E. Raskob, PhD, Special to… 436 more words