The Melanoma Puzzle

The Melanoma Puzzle

Advances in treatment for the deadliest form of skin cancer are aligning, bringing patients new hope By Michele Conklin Sitting around the dinner table each night, Shannon Clark and her three children play a game they call “High-Low” when each person...
Emily Gilley, Brain Cancer Survivor

Emily Gilley, Brain Cancer Survivor

“It’s hard at first, but you get through it” By Mary Lemma Emily Gilley seems fairly like any 15-year old. She likes to hang out with friends, read style magazines and mysteries, and enjoys the company of her family and her pets — a Red Heeler...
Donors David and Margaret Grohne

Donors David and Margaret Grohne

Margaret and David Grohne, CU Cancer Center’s most generous donors By Jeremy Simon, CU Foundation Margaret Grohne knows firsthand the importance of mitigating, preventing and eradicating cancer. She is a breast cancer survivor, and her sister and brother-in-law...
Dr. Karl Lewis

Dr. Karl Lewis

Karl Lewis, MD, says treating melanoma patients is a tough, but rewarding job. Melanoma is cancer of the skin cells that make pigment. If you find it early, surgery can cure it. But after it spreads, there is no standard treatment except cancer clinical trials. There...