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New drug shows promise in treating slow-growing non-Hodgkin lymphomas

Idelalisib could be on the market later this year, pending FDA approval

Jan. 22, 2014 | By Deborah Bach

New drug, Idelalisib, shows promise in treating slow-growing non-Hodgkins lymphomas.

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Fang wins three-year LLS fellowship grant

Chen Fang's $165,000 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fellow Award will support design of pretargeted nanotherapeutics for fighting non-Hodgkin lymphoma

April 22, 2013

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Fang wins three-year LLS fellowship grant

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center's Chen Fang will use $165,000 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fellow Award to support design of pretargeted nanotherapeutics for fighting non-Hodgkin lymphoma

April 22, 2013

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Rezvani wins American Cancer Society grant

The $583,000 four-year research award will aid research using monoclonal antibodies to lower the chances of non-Hodgkin lymphoma relapse, complications

May 14, 2012

The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center's Dr. Andrew Rezvani has received a four-year, $583,000 mentored research scholar grant from the American Cancer Society. The award supports his work in improving outcomes for patients who receive blood and bone marrow transplants to treat non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

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Budde granted Leukemia & Lymphoma Society funding

$195,000 career development award propels T-cell lymphoma research

Jan. 11, 2010

Dr. Elizabeth Budde, a researcher in the Fred Hutchinson Cancer research Center Clinical Research Division’s Press Lab, received a three-year, $195,000 career development award from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to further her work using immunotherapy to treat non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

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Press Lab's Till wins SWOG award

Brian Till, research associate, studies mantle cell lymphoma

Sept. 21, 2009

Dr. Brian Till, of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center's Clinical Research Division, was among five early career researchers chosen by the Southwest Oncology Group to attend the group’s 2009 Young Investigator Training Course. The three-day workshop, which took place last week in Seattle, provided intensive training in how to design and conduct cancer clinical trials that may involve hundreds of patients at institutions throughout North America.

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