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Healthbreak: Robotic thoracic surgery a game changer in treating lung cancer
Farid Gharagozloo, MD, FACS, chief of Thoracic Surgery at The University of Arizona Medical Center, is using minimally invasive robotic surgery to remove lung cancer from patients, changing the way we look at the biggest cause of death by cancer in the United States.
Healthbreak: UA's Breast Health Program offers multi-disciplinary team approach
The Breast Health Program at The University of Arizona Cancer Center offers patients a personalized approach to breast cancer, spanning every facet of treatment. The team is made up of nationally-renowned experts across numerous specialties, all working in symphony to ensure exceptional care.
Healthbreak: Blood and marrow transplants give pediatric leukemia patients treatment options
Emmanuel Katsanis, MD, discusses how pediatric leukemia patients whose cancers are otherwise incurable, have options at the University of Arizona Medical Center with blood and bone marrow transplants.
Cutting-edge cancer treatment featured on 'Good Morning America'
Xoft treatment was recently featured on ABC News program, "Good Morning America."
UACC experts discuss B-Vitamin's role in skin cancer prevention
UACC researchers Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski, MD, and Steven Stratton, PhD, discussed the potential uses for vitamin B3 in skin cancer prevention in a recent edition of the New York Times.
Dr. Gregory Rogers Awarded 5-year, $1.4 million Grant to Study Tumor Formation
University of Arizona Cancer Center research-scientist Gregory C. Rogers, PhD, recently was awarded a five-year, $1.4 million R01 National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant that will support his efforts to reveal new insights into genomic instability, which could lead to new drug targets to combat tumor formation.
Gregory Rogers, PhD, awarded 5-year, $1.4 million R01 grant to study centriole amplification
UACC research scientist Gregory C. Rogers, PhD, was awarded a 5-year, $1.4 million R01 National Institutes of Health grant for his project titled, “Identifying molecular mechanisms that suppress centriole amplification.”
Pascale Charest, PhD, awarded grant from the American Cancer Society
Pascale Charest, PhD, was awarded a $792,000 grant from the American Cancer Society to further her research regarding the biological mechanisms that cause cancer cells to spread throughout the body.
Patrick W. Mantyh, PhD, JD, discusses cancer pain discoveries in ASCO Post
Patrick W. Mantyh, PhD, JD, shared a number of fascinating cancer-related pain management discoveries in a recent edition of The ASCO Post.