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Erica Ramsthaler’s colon cancer had spread to her abdomen and she was only given three years to live. That was four years ago.
What are the best ways to keep cancer survivors engaged in physical activity? A new study looks for answers.
Colorado University Cancer Center member Dan Pollyea, MD, says the disease can still be deadly despite advances in treatment.
University of Colorado Cancer Center member Martin McCarter, MD, is investigating a new treatment sequence for esophageal cancer.
Radflix, a new technology from the Colorado University Cancer Center, offers young patients comfort and a sense of control during therapy.
Research by Colorado University Cancer Center’s Camille Stewart, MD, looks at unconscious bias within the Society of Surgical Oncology.
CU Cancer Center’s Joaquin Espinosa, PhD, and his team investigated hypoxia-inducible factors in tumor growth and suppression.
University of Colorado Cancer Center’s dietician Valaree Williams, MS, RD, discusses the new American Cancer Society alcohol guidelines.
A patient’s guide to mastering a telemedicine visit with your oncologist or other medical providers.
Through her sculptures, Shelley Kerr describes the battle, journey and gratitude of living with stage IV bladder cancer.
Feeling anxious or stressed about the COVID-19 pandemic, on top of feeling anxious and stressed about cancer? Here are some tips.
According to Neil Box, PhD, chemicals in sunscreens have been used for more than 40 years, yet there is little evidence of any harm.
“Just like a burn, a tan is a biomarker of DNA damage that increases skin cancer risk.”
“One reason trial enrollment may be decreasing is that good treatments have been developed for some of the most common childhood cancers.”
“[We must] make sure these families have access to the resources they need to ensure their children can get the highest quality care.”
“This could be a piece of the puzzle explaining why these patients with lung cancer tend to have worse outcomes than white patients."
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