Discontinuing statins for patients with life limiting illnesses, including cancer

Discontinuing statin use in patients with advanced-stage cancer and other terminal illnesses may help improve…

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Like Angelina Jolie, study pinpoints genetic cause of increased leukemia risk

Chris Porter, MD, and colleagues show that heritable mutation in gene ETV6 predisposes development of ALL.

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Endowed chair established in young women’s breast cancer research

Please join us in celebrating the establishment of the Robert F. and Patricia Young Connor Endowed…

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Pediatric cancer survivor inspired to give back to cancer community

At nine years old most young boys are outside playing sports, climbing trees, and don’t…

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Turning blue in the month of March

University of Colorado Cancer Center teamed with University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), Colorado Colorectal Screening…

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University of Colorado Cancer Center & Colorado School of Public Health hire health care leader from Virginia Commonwealth University

The University of Colorado Cancer Center and the Colorado School of Public Health have teamed…

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Study Identifies “Lethal” Subtype of Prostate Cancer

Of prostate cancer patients with combination MAP3K7 and CHD1 deletions, about 50 percent will have recurrent prostate cancer.

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CU Cancer Center Oncologist honored at EPIC Experience Gala

“Thank you for being a hero.” On February 7, Michael Glode, MD, CU Cancer Center…

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Young colon cancer patient finds hope at CU Cancer Center

With long blonde hair, a fit physique, and an overwhelmingly positive attitude, Katy Davenport hardly…

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Quick Antibiotics for Fever and Low Neutrophil Count Reduces PICU Needs and Mortality of Pediatric Cancer Patients

Changes help Children’s Hospital Colorado reduce time-to-delivery of antibiotics in pediatric cancer patients with fever and neutropenia from 150 minutes to 46 minutes.

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