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Jay Korff Awarded June L. Biedler Prize for Cancer Journalism

Jay Korff Awarded June L. Biedler Prize for Cancer Journalism

Because of Daniel would like to congratulate Jay Korff for being awarded the June L. Biedler Prize for Cancer Journalism by the American Association for Cancer Research for his March 2017 article on Theresa Beech’s research in osteosarcoma. He has worked hard over the course of […]

Tougher than Rocket Science | Children’s Cancer Research Fund

Tougher than Rocket Science | Children’s Cancer Research Fund

Osteosarcoma is so overwhelmingly good at overcoming current treatments that it may just take a rocket scientist to help defeat it. Theresa Beech is exactly that space engineer who is making progress toward understanding the genetics behind the relapsed form of the deadly disease. And […]

Basket Trial Update: It’s a Go!!

Basket Trial Update: It’s a Go!!

The OSTEO TRIAL IS A GO!!!!! Nov 15-16, there were about 20 osteosarcoma docs from around the US in DC for a 2 day meeting to hammer out the outline for a series of trials for osteosarcoma based on tumor genetics. After lots of talks, […]

CTOS Update

CTOS Update

From Theresa Beech: I’m just back from CTOS, the Connective Tissue Oncology Society Annual Meeting. CTOS is the largest international sarcoma research conference with over 1000 sarcoma docs and researchers attending. I was there presenting two posters on osteosarcoma genomics. The presentation on POWR, the […]

Connective Tissue Oncology Society (CTOS) Annual Meeting

Connective Tissue Oncology Society (CTOS) Annual Meeting

Theresa Beech is on her way to the Connective Tissue Oncology Society (CTOS) Annual Meeting, the most important international sarcoma research conference. She will be presenting on POWR, the Patient/parent Osteosarcoma genome-Wide Registry. This is apparently the first time a cancer parent has been invited […]

Basket Trial Update from Theresa Beech

Basket Trial Update from Theresa Beech

As many of you know, I’ve been doing osteo genetics research since my son Daniel was on hospice for osteo in spring, 2016. One outcome of my research showed very clearly that osteosarcoma has distinct genetic subcategories, and a doc at UCSF has showed that […]