Small victories add up to paradigm shifts for hard-to-treat tumors


Since the “war on cancer” was declared in the 1970s, our view of cancer has evolved to an array of different diseases requiring individual battles. Many have been hard-fought, with even minor improvements in patient survival proving extremely challenging. Here we describe how recent developments are beginning to change the narrative for some of these hard-to-treat tumor types.

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