This video contains information about the management of metastatic GIST presented by Dr. Aimee Crago.
On May 4th the LRG held a lively discussion with three long-term survivors, Erin McBean, John Abrams, and Dr. mOe Anderson. Diagnosed at different stages of life, with different mutations, these GISTers shared how they have thrived with GIST over ten years and counting.
Dr. Lori Rink, Fox Chase Cancer Center, and Dr. Inga-Marie Schaefer, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, are two researchers who are making discoveries in their respective laboratories to uncover the unique biomarkers in GIST that will be future drug targets.
Dr. Annes reviewed the hPPGL Syndrome with particular focus on the underlying genetics basis and related tumor risks.
At this Virtual Awards Gala, we highlighted women in sarcoma (both medical professionals and patients) who make a difference in patients’ lives, and to inspire the community with their stories and perspectives of women’s role in oncology as well as their personal experiences.
This panel featured three women sarcoma experts presenting unique case studies that they have encountered in their practices.
The September webcast of Women in Sarcoma featured an interactive panel of women sarcoma experts sharing their expertise as powerful advocates working on behalf of those living with sarcoma.
In this webinar, we discussed how to interpret your pathology report. We covered interpretation of all parts of a pathology report, beginning with understanding the final diagnosis and diagnostic comment.
GIST Mentors Santy DiSabatino, Marlene Nei and Rob Taylor will discuss the role of the GIST Mentor and how a Mentor can assist you on your GIST journey.
This discussion reviewed CRCI in general, and how a person who is being treated for GIST could be affected. We also talked about strategies that can help ameliorate CRCI, new research on CRCI and GIST. we also gave advice on how cancer survivors can best cope with and care for themselves during this unusual global health event.