In sub-Saharan Africa, cancer can be an infectious disease

In sub-Saharan Africa, women who contract malaria while pregnant may have children with an increased risk of Burkitt’s lymphoma.

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Nobel laureate, new technologies show how cancer cells protect chromosomes from decay

Study uses CRISPR gene editing technology and live cell, single molecule microscopy to watch in real-time, for the first time, the essential interaction between telomerase and telomeres

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Study details sources of discrepancies between initial and final pathology reports

Study details the hospital procedures that lead to discrepancies between initial, intraoperative pathology evaluation and the results of the final, less pressured examination.

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500 patients advance cancer care at University of Colorado Cancer Center

The University of Colorado Cancer Center has enrolled 500 patients in a unique research collaboration…

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Outdated assessment of treatment response makes good cancer drugs look bad

Metabolic imaging shows how targeted treatments affect cancer’s ability to burn glucose.

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$300,000 awarded to University of Colorado Cancer Center for promising childhood cancer research

Three University of Colorado Cancer Center investigators are among those receiving grants for their work…

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UCHealth hitches cancer care to a STAR

For every cancer patient there are clinical milestones: completing chemotherapy regimens, rounds of radiation, surgeries…

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Target cancer: UCH prepares to join national immunotherapy trial

By Tyler Smith UCHealth A clinical trial set to launch at the University of Colorado…

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The University of Colorado Cancer Center welcomes new director of Flow Cytometry Shared Resource

The University of Colorado Cancer Center welcomes Eric Clambey, PhD, as the new director of…

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New text-mining tool lets researchers visualize gene, protein, drug and disease connections

Free Chrome plugin developed in the A.C. Tan lab at CU Cancer Center helps researchers map connections between genes, proteins, drugs, diseases.

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