Thriving once cancer treatment is complete
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Be among the first in the nation to take part in cancer survivorship research trial...
What’s Next? Clinical providers help cancer survivors decide
September 15, 2011 · Comments Off
This article was first published in the UCH Insider at the University of Colorado Hospital,...
Surviving cancer twice brings student fellow full circle
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In her 30 years of life, Nicole Vincelette has survived cancer, not once but twice,...
The tale of the tongue
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Editor’s note: Mark Grogan is a head and neck cancer patient at the University of...
Celebrate cancer survivorship in June
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Cancer free. These two words represent victory for so many cancer patients who’ve spent years in...
Cancer Transitions programs helps survivors set goals for emotional and physical health
January 18, 2011 · Comments Off
The federal government estimates that there are 12 million cancer survivors in the United States...
December 1, 2009 · Comments Off
Five caregivers sit at the round table in the internal medicine team room on the fifth floor of University of Colorado Hospital, a stapled pack of papers flipped open in their hands.
NTRK1: a new oncogene and target in lung cancer
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