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From genome sequencing to cellular biology to clinical application, the team at the University of Arizona Cancer Center approaches its research from all angles to deliver the most forward-thinking, state-of-the-art cancer care.
Robert Krouse, MD, FACS, was recently awarded a $1.1 million grant to study ways to improve the quality of life for patients suffering from malignant bowel obstructions.
UA Cancer Center researcher and assistant director of the Cancer Health Disparities Institute Francine Gachupin, PhD, is studying high-risk behaviors in American Indian youth with an eye toward reversing the trends that can lead to chronic disease, including cancer.
The University of Arizona Cancer Center is home to cutting-edge research projects and top-notch clinical care. Emad Elquza, MD, will be in a unique position to bring those two worlds closer together.
Postmenopausal women whose behaviors were consistent with the Nutrition and Physical Activity Cancer Prevention Guidelines put forth by the American Cancer Society had lower risk for cancer incidence, and cancer-related and cancer-unrelated death.