Finding the positives in a sea of negatives: Claudia’s story

Claudia Speak has been active all her life. A Colorado native, she loves to water…

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Searle, Kimmel, Beckman and Boettcher awards help Sabrina Spencer dive deep into cell signaling

“Accomplishing great science isn’t just doing the obvious next step, but looking ten steps ahead,” says Sabrina Spencer, PhD.

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Cancer never slowed me down: Scott’s story

Scott Monserud, sports editor for the Denver Post, has been active all his life. He…

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Seven-year study pays off with ‘most detailed’ picture of head and neck cancer stem cells to date

“After chemo, PI3K helps the cell shut down and weather the storm. Then when the chemo is gone, PI3K helps cancer stem cells start back up again,” says Antonio Jimeno, MD, PhD.

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Baseball, brain tumor and bravery: Matthew’s story

When Matthew Murray started experiencing some double vision after school during baseball practice his mother…

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Double negative leads to big positive against bladder cancer metastasis

New understanding may allow doctors and researchers to stop bladder cancer’s ability to stop the tumor-suppressing gene RhoDGI2, thus allowing its initial action to proceed.

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The youngest fighters

If you were diagnosed with leukemia as a child in the 1970’s, your estimated five…

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State lawmaker honored by University of Colorado Cancer Center

State Senator Pat Steadman came to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus expecting some…

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Study uncovers molecular switch that may sensitize triple-negative breast cancers to immunotherapy

Study shows new drug AMPI-109 flips switch on an enzyme PRL-3 that initially puts cancer cells to “sleep” or senescence, then leads to their death.

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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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