Tag: uva cancer center
UVA Health Researchers Uncover Chemo Drug’s Potential to Treat Heart Failure
A tool created by UVA Health researchers is identifying new treatments for heart failure in drugs approved by the FDA for blood cancer.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Michael E. Williams, MD, Reducing Chemo Harm for Blood Cancer Patients
Michael E. Williams, MD, is a hematology/oncology researcher at UVA Health, exploring ways to reduce chemotherapy use in blood cancer.
The Search for a Less-Toxic Treatment for Aggressive Leukemias
Targeting fusion proteins may provide an improved therapeutic approach for leukemia patients.
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.
You’re Invited: UVA-Hosted Virtual Symposium on Latest in Lung Cancer Management
UVA Health lung cancer specialists will discuss the latest developments in lung cancer management. Bring your questions.