Category: Cancer (Page 2)
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Thomas Loughran, MD, LGL Leukemia and AML
Thomas Loughran, MD, reveals the most intriguing clinical applications for his LGL and acute myeloid leukemias research.
Disarming the Fatal Threat of Advanced Thyroid Cancer
A novel neoadjuvant approach can essentially cure a disease that often gives patients a year or less to live.
MRI-Guided Linac Delivers Therapy With Greater Precision
UVA Health is among the first 25 centers to bring cancer patients the MRIdian Linac, a significant advance in MR-guided radiation therapy.
Battle Against Cancer Gets Boost from Organ-Development Discovery
Find out what cutting-edge genomics technology uncovered as the critical drivers of gut-related cancers.
Can Patient Preconditioning Improve Abdominal Cancer Surgery Outcomes?
UVA Health is testing whether smartwatch-based preconditioning can improve abdominal cancer surgical outcomes.
UVA Health Earns Hard-to-Achieve Top Rating for Lobectomy
See how UVA Health's lung cancer surgeons earned a coveted 3 stars from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
UVA Cancer Center Leads Global Effort to Find Achilles Heel for Rare Blood Cancers
No other center has the depth of scientific knowledge & translational research know-how to produce more unprecedented results for rare hematologic malignancies.
Should We Abandon CNS Prophylaxis for Aggressive Lymphomas?
Get practice-changing insight from UVA Cancer Center on methotrexate-based CNS prophylaxis for aggressive B-cell lymphoma.
A 1-2 Punch: How a New Drug Combo Could Extend Lives
A UVA Health researcher and colleagues have found that a new drug combination may lengthen survival in patients with advanced non-squamous NSCLC.
UVA Health Turbocharges Focused Ultrasound Research
Discover the new worldwide leader in translational FUS immuno-oncology research.