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Ground was officially broken on the new University of Arizona Cancer Center (UACC) at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health outpatient facility in downtown Phoenix.
Karen Weihs, MD, is among the researchers attempting to identify patients who exhibit depressive symptoms in order to help them successfully fight cancer on every level — physically and emotionally.
The good news: far more people are surviving cancer. However, this increase in survivorship has created a new set of medical problems that researchers such as Abraham Jacob, MD, are attempting to resolve.
A Cancer Center researcher is on a UA engineering team combining the advantages of high-contrast microwave imaging being developed for breast cancer detection with high-resolution ultrasound imaging to detect improvised explosive devices, also known as IEDs.
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has proclaimed May as Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month and encourages residents to protect their skin - all year long.
For people who have a strong family history of cancer, our multi-specialty team at the University of Arizona Cancer Center can assess cancer risk, determine if genetic testing is appropriate, interpret testing results, and counsel regarding the options for cancer risk management.
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