Survivorship Conference Seeks Scientific Poster Submissions

Survivorship Conference Seeks Scientific Poster Submissions The UC Cancer Institute Survivorship Program is hosting a conference, titled,"Transforming Cancer Survivorship Through Research and Best Practice," March27.


HEALTH LINE: Expertise, Preventive Care Important to Stop Ovarian Cancer

In the case of certain cancers, such as ovarian cancer, you might not knowsomething is wrong.


Study IDs Gene Network Behind Untreatable Form of Leukemia

Researchers have identified a genetic/molecular network that fuels a high-riskand aggressive form of acute myeloid leukemia and its precursor disease.


Survivorship Program Leaders Take Steps to Ensure Best Practices for Care

Cancer survivorship is an up-and-coming component of cancer care that manyinstitutions are trying to programmatically develop and navigate.


UC Cancer Institute's Breast Cancer Center Receives Accreditation

The UC Cancer Institute's Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center has received athree-year accreditation by the National Accreditation Program for BreastCenters.


UC Begins to Look at Breast Cancer Drugs to Treat Certain Brain Tumors

University of Cincinnati (UC) researchers hope to repurpose commonly usedbreast cancer medicines for the treatment of malignant primary brain tumorssuch as gliomas.


Clinical Trial Looks at Anti-Malarial Drug to Help Treat Cancer

A clinical trial is attempting to determine if certain doses of ananti-malarial drug used in combination with standard therapy for advancedcancers could be beneficial.


50th Autologous BMT Patient Says 'Superb Team' Is Worth the Travel

After 32 years in the cake and candy business, Angie Trent of Chesapeake, Ohio,decided to enjoy the sweet rewards of retirement and sold her business.