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New Education Resource: NCCN Guidelines - Acute Myeloid Leukemia
This step-by-step guide for AML provides you with the latest advances in cancer care and features:
-Questions to ask your doctors
-Patient friendly illustrations
-Glossaries of terms and acronyms
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CAR T cells are a new way to treat some cancers using gene therapy. This treatment helps your own immune system find and destroy cancer cells.
The treatments using CAR T cells are primarily for people who have had other standard treatments, like chemo or transplant, in which the treatments haven’t worked and the disease has relapsed or is refractory.
Watch this video to learn what CAR T cell therapy is, who it may be for, and the risk and benefits of the treatment.