Ludmila Krymskaya

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Persistent STAT3 signaling contributes to malignant progression in many diverse types of human cancer. STAT3 is constitutively active in activated B-cell (ABC)-like diffuse large B-cell lymphomas (DLBCL), a class of nongerminal center derived DLBCL cells for which existing therapy is weakly effective. In this report, we provide a preclinical proof of(More)
Targeting mutations and amplifications in the EGFR has been successful precision therapy for cancers of the lung, oral cavity and gastrointestinal track. However, a systemic immune reaction manifested by dose-limiting inflammation in the skin and gut has been a consistent adverse effect. To address the possibility that intra-tumoral immune changes(More)
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