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An LRF-funded researcher shares in $10 million New Innovator Award in this issue of Microscope.
An LRF-funded researcher earns a large research awards; round two of research funding process begins and a child's leukemia inspires A Beautiful Choice in this issue of Microscope.
An upcoming party for pediatric leukemia and lymphoma patients; an LRF-funded researcher earns a large research award; and commentary on the number of FDA-approved medications for AML can all be found in this issue of the Microscope.
The importance of supporting blood cancer research; news about an LRF-funded researcher earning a large research award from the National Institutes of Health, and information on an upcoming patient program - the Annual Town Hall Meeting, can all be found in this issue of the Microscope.
Letters on Intent for blood cancer research funding are now being accepted. There is also more perspective on the newly-approved CAR-T cell therapy and registration is open for the 24th Annual ABC 7 Gibbons 5K Run and 3K Walk.
You will find an update on the Leukemia Research Foundation's Medical Awards Luncheon, read about an LRF-funded researcher who has achieved continued success and hear from a centenarian LRF volunteer.
Blood Cancer Awareness Month starts Friday, September 1, 2017. You're invited to join the LRF in spreading awareness.
News about an LRF-funded researcher, an FDA panel weighs in on gene therapy, Blood Cancer Awareness Month and more in this issue.
This is the July 2017 edition of the LRF's eNewsletter.
This is the June 2017 edition of the LRF's eNewsletter.
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