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What is your name? Shannon What is your role at OSC?I am a CMA, Certified Medical Assistant. I have mostly work with Dr. Favaro and his patients for the past 5 years What is your Educational Background?Previously I worked at Novant Health as a nurse assistant before I obtained my CMA. All of my medical […]

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By Madeline Groves | Posted in Front Page News, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Traditional therapy for cancer treatments have long been chemotherapy infusion drugs, oral chemo pills, immunotherapy, surgery, and radiation. A new method of targeting cancer cells in treating late-stage Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) is under investigation through Charlotte oncologists Justin Favaro, M.D. and Nasfat Shehadeh M.D. at Oncology Specialists of Charlotte. They are excited to […]

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By Madeline Groves | Posted in Front Page News, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The KEYNOTE B36 study is a Phase 2 pilot, single-arm, open-label study designed to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields), generated by the medical device NovoTTF-200T. Study patients use the device concomitant with pembrolizumab for first line treatment of advanced or metastatic intrathoracic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

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By Adam Lingle | Posted in Clinical Trials | Leave a comment

What is your role at OSC?Physician Liaison, I have worked at OSC for 6 years. Where are you from and what is your Educational Background?I was born in New York but raised in Charlotte. I am a NC State grad with a degree in Social Work. Why did you choose to work in Healthcare and/or […]

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What is your name? Brandy What is your role at OSC? RMA (Registered Medical Assistant) but I do a little bit of everything to help the patient-care flow: Medical Records, Disability, FMLA (family leave act). I’ve been with OSC for 7 years Describe your journey in the healthcare field? Why did you choose to work […]

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Phase 3 study comparing niraparib plus pembrolizumab versus placebo plus pembrolizumab as maintenance therapy for patients that have remained stable or responded to first line platinum based chemo plus pembrolizumab for stage IIIB or IV non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

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By Adam Lingle | Posted in Clinical Trials | Leave a comment

A survivorship edpidemiology study describing the long-term real-world use and effectiveness of cemiplimab for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (CSCC).

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Disease registry encompassing the care of patients with multiple myeloma on panobinostat. Participants will describe current treatment patterns and characterize adverse events in the first or later lines of therapy. Outcomes reported in RECOMM Registry

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By Adam Lingle | Posted in Clinical Trials | Leave a comment

What is your role at OSC? Certified Nurse Practitioner What is your Educational Background? I went to the University of South Carolina for my nursing degree and then the Medical University of SC (MUSC) for my NP degree. I am originally from Columbia, SC Why did you choose to work in Healthcare and/or Oncology/Hematology? I […]

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What is your name? KellyAnn What is your role at OSC? Patient Care Representative Where are you from originally?Blairstown, New Jersey. It is located near the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. After taking care of my grandmother for 2 years of her illness, I moved down to Charlotte in 2008 after her passing. Why did you […]

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