Tuesday 28 Jun 2016
Paying it forward
June 20, 2016 · No comments
During the holiday season, instead of giving gifts to each other, Dick and Cathey Finlon…
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The elephant in the room: Catching colon cancer earlyJune 20, 2016 · No comments
On March 4, 2016, to mark the eighth annual Dress in Blue Day, the University of...
All hands on deckJune 13, 2016 · No comments
WITH EARLY-ONSET COLON CANCER ON THE RISE, CU TAKES TEAM APPROACH TO CARING FOR YOUNG PATIENTS...
Science and SurgeryJune 13, 2016 · No comments
ANA GLEISNER IS DEDICATED TO A TEAM APPROACH, COMBINING THE BEST MINDS AND RESEARCH TO...
A Conversation with Sana Karam, MD, PhDJune 13, 2016 · No comments
During Lebanon’s civil war, Sana Karam watched her grandmother boil water to sterilize wounds. She...
Does evolution hold the key to creating, curing and preventing cancer?June 13, 2016 · No comments
WHY NATURAL SELECTION AND NOT JUST MUTATIONS CAUSES CANCER … AND HOW CU DOCTORS ARE...
Lavanya Kondapalli, MD: A Scientist With “Heart”January 19, 2016 · Comments Off on Lavanya Kondapalli, MD: A Scientist With “Heart”
“I never want to see someone’s cardiac history prevent the best treatment," says Lavanya Kondapalli, MD, cardo-oncologist.
A Conversation with Cathy J. Bradley, PhDJanuary 19, 2016 · Comments Off on A Conversation with Cathy J. Bradley, PhD
Despite being smaller than boxing’s lightest weight class, Cathy Bradley, PhD trains regularly. “It helps sometimes when dealing with the NIH grant process,” she says.
After seeing cancer up close Leslie Capin, MD, gives backJanuary 19, 2016 · Comments Off on After seeing cancer up close Leslie Capin, MD, gives back
As a dermatologist, Leslie Capin had treated cancer. As someone who has lost loved ones to cancer, she is very familiar with the pain and heartbreak that comes with a diagnosis.
The dilemma of stage 0 breast cancerDecember 21, 2015 · Comments Off on The dilemma of stage 0 breast cancer
Imagine your annual screening shows a less-than-pea-sized mass of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), aka stage 0 breast cancer. What do you do?
June 16, 2016 · No comments
HIF1A and TIP60 work together to turn on many genes inside the cell nucleus, including key genes required for the cellular adaptation to hypoxia.
Mullen lacrosse gives toys to pediatric cancer patientsJune 10, 2016 · No comments
Whole-exome sequencing predicts which bladder cancers and common cell lines respond to cisplatinJune 8, 2016 · No comments
CU Cancer Center’s Paul Bunn, Jr., MD, FASCO, earns ASCO David A. Karnofsky Memorial AwardJune 2, 2016 · No comments
For First Time, Colorado Directly Funds Cancer ResearchMay 4, 2016 · Comments Off on For First Time, Colorado Directly Funds Cancer Research
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