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Global trial co-led by Massey researcher expected to set new standard of breast cancer care

Global trial co-led by Massey researcher expected to set new standard of breast cancer care


A phase 3 international clinical trial co-led by Massey physician-scientist Charles Geyer, M.D., is expected to change the way HER2-positive early-stage breast cancer is treated. Geyer recently presented the results of the trial at the 2018 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.

First-of-its-kind research models immune responses in cellular immunotherapies
First-of-its-kind research models immune responses in cellular immunotherapies
Massey scientists are pursuing a cross-collaborative effort that could potentially change the way cellular immunotherapies are performed.

New form of immune cell has implications for treating cancer
New form of immune cell has implications for treating cancer
Massey scientists have identified a unique type of immune cell that could potentially be used to inform the development of a novel cancer vaccine.

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First patient in Virginia to be treated with FDA-approved CAR T-cell immunotherapy shows complete response

First patient in Virginia to be treated with FDA-approved CAR T-cell immunotherapy shows complete response


After battling B-cell lymphoma for more than five years and enduring several failed therapies, Jonathan Newby was treated with CAR T-cell therapy at Massey. Now 100 days after treatment, Newby is showing a complete response.

Massey physicians receive Best Bedside Manner awards for fifth consecutive year

Massey physicians receive Best Bedside Manner awards for fifth consecutive year


Twenty-four Massey physicians were recognized by Our Health Richmond magazine’s annual Best Bedside Manner Awards for the compassionate care, empathy and attentiveness that they provide to their patients.

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Join the Massey Challenge, and help us get one step closer to a world without cancer.

Join the Massey Challenge and help us get one step closer to a world without cancer


As the charitable partner of the Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10k on April 13, we invite 10k runners and walkers to accept the Massey Challenge. Challenge participants will make their miles matter by raising money for Massey’s locally conducted, lifesaving cancer research. Learn more and set up your fundraising page at masseychallenge.com.

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