Resources to Help You Keep Patients Informed About Colorectal Cancer
Tips and tools you may find helpful as you discuss colorectal cancer with your patients and determine whether to refer them for screening.
UVA Now Offering Fast Breast MRI for Women with Dense Breasts
Find out if your patients are eligible for this new breast cancer screening.
Video: Get a Closer Look at the New UVA Breast Care Center
Get a closer look at the facility and hear from UVA specialists, who share information on the comprehensive services your patients can expect in this new collaborative space.
Leading Experts on T-Cell Lymphomas Make UVA a Hub for Advancing Research and Treatment Development
Most community oncologists will see just a few cases of T-cell lymphoma in a lifetime. Building consensus on the best way to treat these rare and fast-growing diseases has been a challenge, and outcomes have been the poorest of any other type of blood cancer.
Get to Know: Two New Members of the UVA Cancer Center Team
UVA Cancer Center is actively recruiting top talent with a broad range of experience and expertise.
UVA Joins Cancer Centers Nationwide to Address the Impact of COVID-19 on Cancer Prevention and Treatment
Seventeen cancer centers are working together with the NCI on evaluating the impact of the pandemic on the continuum of cancer care, from prevention to survivorship.
UVA Health Opening New Consolidated Breast Care Center This October
This 18,500-square-foot facility will house the majority of breast care services in one convenient location.
Cancer Clinical Trials Open and Actively Recruiting Patients
The UVA clinical research infrastructure is once again fully operational. See a sample of trials actively accruing, with precautions in place to ensure the safety of patients and staff.
NELSON Trial Reinforces Efficacy of Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening
Based on the results from a recent clinical trial, the guidelines for which patients should be screened for lung cancer may soon change.
Case Study: Toddler with Wilms’ Tumor in Remission After Aggressive Therapy
Wilms’ tumor is the most common type of kidney cancer in children; however, it is a rare diagnosis with approximately 500 cases per year in the U.S. Diffuse anaplastic Wilms’ tumor is a more aggressive subtype of the disease and requires more intensive therapy.