New research from the University of Cincinnati describes how a bacteriuminitially interacts with and irritates gastric tissue, promoting stomach ulcersand cancer.
In 2006, UC researchers were given $1 million from the NCI to develop a topicaltreatment to tan skin and prevent melanoma. Today, research continues and apatent is pending.
Keith Casper, MD, says being aware of the risks and symptoms of head and neckcancers is extremely important and that free screenings are coming up.
While patient care is mostly about the delivery of treatment with the goal ofwellness and an improved quality of life, there is a business aspect thatcannot be ignored.
The UC Hematologic Malignancies and Bone Marrow Transplant Program is offeringa Bone Marrow Transplantation Fellowship Program. They are seeking applicantsfor the fall.
A $2.1 million gift from the Hayden family of Cincinnati will establish theHayden Family Endowed Chair for Cancer Research at the Cincinnati CancerCenter.
Stephanie Tolhurst, clinical services coordinator within the UC CancerInstitute's Lung Cancer Center, says most of her training came from herprevious work experience.
On June 7, multidisciplinary researchers from across UC campuses came togetherat the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center to develop new collaborations andresearch ideas.