When Bekah Cunningham completed the final mile of the Appalachian Trail in November 2019, it was the culmination of an incredible journey of far more than the nearly 2,200 miles she’d covered over seven months. It was even more incredible considering that three years earlier, the then-29-year-old was told she had lung cancer and only had months to live. After her diagnosis, Cunningham sought a second opinion at Dana-Farber, where she went on a targeted therapy drug that changed everything for her.
Advances in Myeloma, Breast Cancer, and Clinical Trials Equity: A Dana-Farber Research Update
Results of several phase 3 trials and dozens of other studies led by Dana-Farber researchers were presented online and in person June 3-7 at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the world’s largest clinical cancer research meeting.