The Weekly, February 28, 2020

Published on February 28, 2020

The Weekly

Feature story

Repurposing Drugs to Fight Cancer

Repurposing Drugs to Fight Cancer

TUESDAY, Feb. 25 (The New York Times)—While doctors are allowed to use drugs approved for one disease to treat another condition, many don’t because approval to do so doesn’t appear on the label. But that may be changing.

In other news…

Virginia Woman Survives Breast Cancer With Experimental Vaccine
Feb. 26, NBC Washington

A toxic fire, 45 years later: Pay tribute to the 699 who battled the New York City Telephone Company blaze
Feb. 27, MSN

California’s Mixed Record On Lung Cancer
Feb. 25, U.S. News & World Report

Debating the Value of PSA Prostate Screening
Feb. 24, The New York Times


Foundation News

Cancer screening 101

Cancer screening 101

THURSDAY Feb. 26, (Prevent Cancer Foundation)—Cancer Prevention Month is almost over, but there’s still time to join the prevention movement. Schedule your routine screenings TODAY!

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