Cancer drug delivery system bypasses normal cells

Cancer drug delivery system bypasses normal cells

Tiny bubbles filled with cancer-killing drugs zoom through a patient’s blood, bypassing healthy cells to lock on and destroy tumor cells without causing toxic side effects. It’s not the theme of a science-fiction fantasy but rather the work of a team of researchers at...
Motherhood Mystery

Motherhood Mystery

Cancer Center studies reveal link between pregnancy and breast cancer Story by Michele Conklin, Photos by Glenn Asakawa Megan Walbridge was too busy chasing after her 15-month-old toddler to give much thought to the lump under her arm. A quick call to her general...

Study: Iloprost improves lung damage in nonsmokers

Researchers at the University of Colorado Cancer Center have shown that use of an oral medication can reverse airway damage in former smokers, potentially reducing their risk of lung cancer. Six months of oral iloprost, a prostaglandin analogue, significantly reversed...