Meetings and Events Page Immunotherapy’s Skin Side Effects: Are Microbes to Blame? POSTED: July 13, 2022 NCI Cancer Currents blog article Drugs called immune checkpoint inhibitors are a type of immunotherapy that have transformed the treatment of many cancers. But for many patients, these drugs can cause a wide range of side effects, including itching and painful skin… Severe Side Effects of Cancer Treatment Are More Common in Women than Men POSTED: March 15, 2022 NCI Cancer Currents blog article Women are more likely than men to experience severe side effects from cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, targeted therapy, and immunotherapy, a new study suggests. Cannabis, Cannabinoids, and Cancer Research POSTED: November 27, 2021 JNCI monograph The Division of Cancer Prevention sponsored a special issue of the JNCI Monographs entitled “Cannabis, Cannabinoids, and Cancer Research”. Volume 2021, Issue 58, December 2021.