This groundbreaking animal-model research moves us closer to understanding why GI health plays a key role in treating breast cancer.
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Find out why lymphoma and leukemia patients can mount a protective immune response to coronavirus and other findings from UVA Health experts.
UVA researchers are evaluating a novel CAR T-cell in order to expand this therapy to treat patients with untreatable lymphomas.
Racial disparities in colon cancer rates occur due to how the colon's different sides age. Current research analyzes why.
UVA research into treating deadly glioblastomas has found an oncogene to target and a way to use focused ultrasound never before possible.
One of just 52 nationally, UVA Cancer Center is the only Comprehensive Cancer Center in Virginia.
New research from UVA Cancer Center's Rajesh Balkrishnan, PhD, suggests that common blood pressure drugs may improve survival for patients with colorectal cancer.
The UVA Adult Cancer Survivorship Clinic was created to help patients navigate the physical, mental and social challenges of a cancer diagnosis. You can learn more about the unique needs of these patients through a free e-learning series.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recently updated its lung cancer screening recommendations, making more patients eligible sooner. The catch: insurance companies have until 2023 to adapt their coverage.
Michael E. Williams, MD, was honored during the 2021 LRF Mantle Cell Lymphoma Scientific Workshop on April 7.