New England Journal of Medicine

T-Cell Pioneer Carl June Acknowledges Key Ingredient Wasn’t His

In corrections attached to three high-profile publications in the New England Journal of Medicine, the University of Pennsylvania’s star cancer scientist, Carl June, and his coauthors acknowledged they didn’t invent a key aspect of a breakthrough type of cancer therapy. June…




Study Offers Support for Cancer Treatment During Pregnancy

By CATHERINE SAINT LOUIS It is among the most delicate and difficult dilemmas in medicine: Should a pregnant woman who has received a cancer diagnosis begin treatment before her child is born? Some hesitant doctors counsel women to deliver preterm or even terminate…