Ibrutinib just became the latest therapy for blood cancers to receive an expanded approval use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Such therapeutic advances have been making great progress in recent months and a number of investigational agents – first approved for one disease and population – are being expanded to new uses. Almost 300 drugs for blood cancers are currently in clinical trials or awaiting FDA review.
nbmtLINK presents Mindfulness in the New Year
Join LLS partner, nbmtLINK for their upcoming Lunch & Learn with the LINK, Mindfulness in the New Year on Wednesday, January 27 at noon EST. Our professional speaker, Ailey Armstrong, an Oncology Social Worker, MSW, LICSW at SCCA will share how mindfulness is a set of psychological skills for effective living that involves acknowledging and understanding “what is” rather than focusing on “should” and “what ifs.”