The future of cancer research Dr. Hurley Wins Salmon Award Can cinnamon fight cancer? Research Shines at Retreat

The future of cancer research

The University of Arizona Cancer Center is home to some truly gifted young cancer researchers. A number of them have recently received prestigious awards and honors.

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Dr. Hurley Wins Salmon Award

Laurence Hurley, PhD, has been named the winner of the 13th annual Sydney E. Salmon, MD, Distinguished Investigator Award.

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Can cinnamon fight cancer?

University of Arizona Cancer Center researchers are looking into a possible new tool in the fight against colon cancer: cinnamon.

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Research Shines at Retreat

Exciting research. Incredible possibilities. These were the themes of the University of Arizona Cancer Center’s 2015 Scientific Retreat.

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Featured Stories

UA-discovered drug featured on Dateline June 14

A synthetic hormone developed by faculty at the University of Arizona Cancer Center and the UA’s Colleges of Medicine and Science more than two decades ago was featured in a story airing on NBC's Dateline on Sunday, June 14.

Michelle Kirlew

Arizona Public Media airs follow-up story on UACC patient

In March, Arizona Public Media aired an original documentary, "Winning By Living, One Cancer Story,” that chronicled the unique pancreatic cancer battle of Michelle Kirlew. In June, AZPM checks back in with the Kirlews.

Umi Goyal, MD

Uma Goyal, MD, awarded 2015-16 Better Than Ever research grant

Uma Goyal, MD, will receive a $25,500 research grant from the University of Arizona Cancer Center’s Better Than Ever (BTE) program to study improved techniques for specialized brachytherapy treatments for cervical cancer patients.

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