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University of Colorado researchers target earlier diagnosis and treatment resistance with cutting-edge technology.
Margaret Taylor thanks University of Colorado Cancer Center’s Jennifer Diamond, MD, for putting her on a breast cancer clinical trial.
Here’s advice from CU Cancer Center leader Wells Messersmith, MD, who has given thousands of second opinions.
The trial of a three-drug cocktail is the first for a new research consortium of which the CU Cancer Center is a partner.
Colorado University Cancer Center member Sunnie Kim, MD, emphasizes knowing the risk factors and recognizing the symptoms.
CAR-T expert Terry Fry of the University of Colorado Cancer Center talks about new data and future applications for this immunotherapy.
Alex Cooper recruits the University of Colorado Cancer Center and faces glioblastoma with a survivor’s mindset.
Colorado University’s Catherine Jankowski is chair of NCCN’s panel on cancer-related fatigue. It recommends yoga, acupuncture and more.
University of Colorado Cancer Center was the right destination for ex-Olympian Jim Page when he had precancerous cysts in his pancreas.
Colorado University Cancer Center’s Tejas Patil, MD, says lung cancer in people who have never smoked is more common than you think.
University of Colorado researcher Marco Del Chiaro led a study on neoadjuvant chemotherapy even in resectable pancreatic cancer tumors.
A newly formed innovations group is studying the disease from multiple angles.
Colorado University Cancer Center’s Jonathan Gutman, MD, treated Chen with a stem cell transplant for his acute myeloid leukemia.
How Amy Bibbey found “small gifts” while navigating surgery, chemotherapy, and clinical trials for recurrent stage 3 ovarian cancer.
James Bird underwent the procedure as part of a clinical trial run by Al Barqawi, MD, at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
University of Colorado Cancer Center leader Christopher Lieu, MD, talks about what stage 4 cancer means and how it’s treated.
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