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Cancer Survivorship ECHO Series: Enroll Today!
May 9, 2016 · Comments Off on 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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Cancer survivorship program workshop comes to CU Cancer CenterJune 8, 2015 · Comments Off on Cancer survivorship program workshop comes to CU Cancer Center
The National Cancer Institute defines survivorship as “the health and life of a person with...
Study: Young adult survivors most distressed after leukemia and lymphoma treatmentFebruary 11, 2015 · Comments Off on Study: Young adult survivors most distressed after leukemia and lymphoma treatment
"Now that patients are living longer with cancer and after cancer, it is becoming more and more important to look at how survivors are living. What is their quality of life and how can we help make it better?" says Whitney Jones, PhD.
After Decades of Research, Effectiveness of Phone Interventions for Cancer Patients and Survivors Still UnknownOctober 29, 2014 · Comments Off on After Decades of Research, Effectiveness of Phone Interventions for Cancer Patients and Survivors Still Unknown
"It's time we did this the right way, once, so that we could discover the effectiveness or lack of effectiveness of these interventions once and for all moving forward," says Sonia Okyuyama, MD.
Cancer Survivorship in rural ColoradoOctober 30, 2012 · Comments Off on Cancer Survivorship in rural Colorado
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating. Surviving the disease requires months, sometimes years, of grueling...
Thriving once cancer treatment is completeMay 1, 2012 · Comments Off on Thriving once cancer treatment is complete
Be among the first in the nation to take part in cancer survivorship research trial...
What’s Next? Clinical providers help cancer survivors decideSeptember 15, 2011 · Comments Off on What’s Next? Clinical providers help cancer survivors decide
This article was first published in the UCH Insider at the University of Colorado Hospital,...
Surviving cancer twice brings student fellow full circleJuly 11, 2011 · Comments Off on Surviving cancer twice brings student fellow full circle
In her 30 years of life, Nicole Vincelette has survived cancer, not once but twice,...
The tale of the tongueJune 9, 2011 · Comments Off on The tale of the tongue
Editor’s note: Mark Grogan is a head and neck cancer patient at the University of...
Celebrate cancer survivorship in JuneMay 23, 2011 · Comments Off on Celebrate cancer survivorship in June
Cancer free. These two words represent victory for so many cancer patients who’ve spent years in...
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HIF1A and TIP60 work together to turn on many genes inside the cell nucleus, including key genes required for the cellular adaptation to hypoxia.
Mullen lacrosse gives toys to pediatric cancer patientsJune 10, 2016 · No comments
Whole-exome sequencing predicts which bladder cancers and common cell lines respond to cisplatinJune 8, 2016 · No comments
CU Cancer Center’s Paul Bunn, Jr., MD, FASCO, earns ASCO David A. Karnofsky Memorial AwardJune 2, 2016 · No comments
For First Time, Colorado Directly Funds Cancer ResearchMay 4, 2016 · Comments Off on For First Time, Colorado Directly Funds Cancer Research
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