Friday 01 Jul 2016
Common data determinants of recurrent cancer are broken, mislead researchers
January 2, 2013 · 1 comment
A recent study published in the journal Medical Care shows that the commonly used methods of discovering patients with recurrent cancer within large medical databases don’t work and may be leading researchers astray.
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CU Cancer Center adds 18 membersFebruary 25, 2011 · 1 comment
The University of Colorado Cancer Center, Colorado’s only federally designated comprehensive cancer, is pleased to...
June 29, 2016 · No comments
Study demonstrates a novel method for sorting passenger from driver alterations, and uses this method to pinpoint a new driver and potential therapeutic target in cancer progression, GON4L.
Summer session fruit fly data leads to promising new target in colorectal cancerJune 16, 2016 · No comments
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
Here are 5 'Must Have' foods during #cancertreatment according to a CU Cancer Center clinical dietician... https://t.co/sxeN5EiUuo
Young #CRC patients are more likely to have a mutation that drives the growth, survival of #cancer stem cells ow.ly/X9ab300Y2iR
Wnt stem cell signaling pathway implicated in #colorectalcancer in patients under 50 ow.ly/X9ab300Y2iR
"We want young people to be aware that it can happen to them, too..."ow.ly/EhpG300Y11p #CRCSM @StupidCancer #colorectalcancer
As #colorectalcancer rate falls, diagnosis of late-stage cancer in young patients is up...ow.ly/EhpG300Y11p #CRCSM @StupidCancer