Guest blog: New Survey Available for Patients with Any ROS1-Positive Cancer

You might already know that my cancer is ROS1-positive. This means my tumor cells test…

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Targeting Androgen Receptors – Potential Endocrine Therapy for a Subset of Triple Negative Breast Cancer

A University of Colorado Cancer Center study finds that androgen receptor (AR) may protect triple…

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A cure for cancer? Answers might be walking beside us

Friends of Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center, a University of Colorado Cancer Center partner, recently gathered for the fifth annual One Cure fundraising dinner.

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Cancer Survivorship ECHO Series: Enroll Today!

It is estimated that by 2024 there will be 19 million cancer survivors living in…

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Androgen Receptor plays role in tumor growth and metastases in triple negative breast cancer

A University of Colorado Cancer Center study shows that androgen receptor (AR) may play a…

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For First Time, Colorado Directly Funds Cancer Research

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill giving approximately $1.7 million annually to University of Colorado Cancer Center for cancer research.

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Obstacles of curing cancer

Sean Parker, founder of the music file-sharing service Napster and the founding president of Facebook,…

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Tim Byers, MD, MPH: “Problems with Prevention”

There will be no “Byers Principle” that summarizes the career of Tim Byers, MD, MPH, he says, but we at the University of Colorado Cancer Center think he is wrong. The “Byers Principle” will be one of research excellence and the deep and honest humanity of a life spent focused on preventing the suffering of disease.

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Chronic inflammation of obesity, autoimmune conditions leads to imbalanced blood system and potential cancer risk

Eric Pietras, PhD, shows that chronic exposure to an inflammatory “emergency” signal, interleukin-1, causes blood-forming bone marrow stem cells to produce cells needed to fight infection and repair injury, but at the expense of their own ability to self-renew and maintain a healthy blood system.

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CU Cancer Center hires program co-leader for prevention and control

Cancer research and education programs in the state of Colorado will take a leap forward…

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