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Listen: Dr. Sidney Farber Discusses Cancer Research in 1951 Radio Broadcast

In the 1940s, children diagnosed with leukemia had a grim prognosis; there was essentially nothing doctors could offer to treat the young patients, other than cortisone therapy to help with side effects of the disease. But in 1948, Dana-Farber founder Sidney Farber, MD, believed a drug that blocked folic acid would shut down […]

December 4, 2014
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