Whedon Cancer Detection Foundation grants $100k for bladder cancer research

University of Colorado Cancer Center Director Dan Theodorescu, MD, PhD, recently received a $103,165 grant…

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Cancer Center Lends a Hand in Alaskan’s Lung Cancer Battle

A year and a half ago, she considered herself one lucky lady. It was Dec….

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Epic Experience gives cancer survivors memories that last a life time

At a small mountain ranch in Sweetwater, Colo., University of Colorado Cancer Center patients are…

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Guest Blog: Of Smokers, Non-Smokers, Never-Smokers and “Moi!”

The topic of smoking stirs up lively discussions on cancer boards. Many patients resent being asked if they had smoked. I can understand why the probing can upset a former smoker, but those who never smoked, what’s their problem?

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4 Lessons for Effective, Efficient Research in Health Care Settings

CU Cancer Center study shows that by taking into account the real-world constraints of the systems in which providers deliver care and patients receive it, researchers can help speed results, cut costs, and increase chances that recommendations from their findings will be implemented.

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University of Colorado Cancer Center among the best in cancer care

AURORA, Colo. – The University of Colorado Cancer Center’s clinical partner, the University of Colorado…

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Meeting of Minds: First Breast Cancer Tumor Board at UCHealth

By Tyler Smith They were separated by many miles along the I-25 corridor, but groups…

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Little Pills Can Repel Breast Cancer Beast

By Todd Neff It’s known best as a long-term treatment for breast-cancer survivors. But it’s…

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Blood cancer researchers race for a good cause

Spending hours in a lab isn’t enough for five University of Colorado Cancer Center researchers….

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Study of Dermatology on YouTube Shows New Ways Science Reaches Public

A CU Cancer Center study published in the Dermatology Online Journal shows that YouTube also allows researchers, journals, and health advocates to connect directly with the public on topics of skin cancer and prevention.

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