The UA Early Phase Chemoprevention Consortium at the UA Cancer Center has received funding to continue early-phase clinical trials to evaluate novel cancer preventive agents.
If you have cancer in your family, you might have questions about the risks of cancer for yourself or your children. We're presenting a free symposium Nov. 17 to answer your questions.
Karen Weihs, MD, director of psychosocial oncology at UACC, is co-chairing a conference on understanding cancer risk, progrssion and outcomes from a biobehavioral perspective.
The University of Arizona Cancer Center welcomes new faculty members to the Section of Hematology/Oncology and the Department of Radiation Oncology in the UA College of Medicine.
In 2008, the Better Than Ever grant review committee awarded $25,000 to junior investigator Jennifer Bea, PhD, to study "Prevention of Frailty in Breast Cancer Survivors." Today, that study has shown promise and could lead to exercise-based programs tailored to the needs of breast cancer survivors.
In cancer research, it tends to take major scientific breakthroughs to capture the public’s attention. However, Jessica Miller, PhD, believes that the most creative thinking typically occurs in those quiet moments of study and preparation.
Pavani Chalasani, MD, MPH, has high hopes for the future of cancer treatment. At the University of Arizona Cancer Center, her mentors are helping her turn those hopes into reality.