Sunday 07 Feb 2016
Lavanya Kondapalli, MD: A Scientist With “Heart”
January 19, 2016 · No comments
“I never want to see someone’s cardiac history prevent the best treatment,” says Lavanya Kondapalli, MD, cardo-oncologist.
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A Conversation with Cathy J. Bradley, PhDJanuary 19, 2016 · No comments
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 · No comments
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?
‘I Have a Future Again’: New drug, new horizonsDecember 16, 2015 · Comments Off on ‘I Have a Future Again’: New drug, new horizons
Tears stream from behind Nichol Miller's glasses as she studies the latest CAT scan of her torso. Where just four months ago tumors covered both lungs, now only a few tiny dots appear.
Cannabis & Cancer: Cause, Cure, ConundrumDecember 14, 2015 · 2 comments
Within two miles of the University of Colorado Cancer Center are at least seven recreational marijuana dispensaries. This is our attempt to understand the landscape of cannabis and cancer.
Paul’s StoryJune 11, 2015 · Comments Off on Paul’s Story
SENATOR’S LEGACY HELPS TO TRAIN THE NEXT GENERATION OF PANCREATIC CANCER RESEARCHERS Colorado Senator. Tamale...
Closing the gaps in cancer careJune 11, 2015 · Comments Off on Closing the gaps in cancer care
CU PROGRAMS FOR PREVENTION, EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND EFFICIENT TREATMENT SEEK TO LOWER CANCER RATES IN...
Mindfulness in cancer careJune 11, 2015 · Comments Off on Mindfulness in cancer care
You’re about to give a speech and you feel sick to your stomach. The thought...
I can focus on the sun shiningJune 11, 2015 · 1 comment
How wellness coach Denise McGuire, PhD, turned to mindfulness in her own cancer journey. Normally,...
January 21, 2016 · No comments
Christopher Lieu, MD, and colleagues show genetic differences between colorectal cancers in young and older patients.
President Obama and Vice President Biden’s “moonshot” against cancerJanuary 15, 2016 · No comments
Childhood leukemias forged by different evolutionary forces than in older adultsJanuary 11, 2016 · No comments
Even after anti-androgen therapy, docetaxel remains useful in prostate cancerJanuary 10, 2016 · No comments
We are sad to announce that CU Cancer Center member Richard Bakemeier has passed ow.ly/XXfTY https://t.co/uAfSXhtaav
New study shows another way your immune system can fight #cancer! ow.ly/XWHuM
We are sad to announce the passing of Richard Bakemeier, MD, well-respected member of CU ow.ly/XWZng https://t.co/SlhxSxuDkh
Tuning macrophages a “breakthrough” in #cancer #immunotherapy! ow.ly/XWHuM https://t.co/ijDSN8oLCF
We have revamped our Women's Event! Libations for Life is coming in October...ow.ly/XTZQ2 #cancer