News Stories

Danzhou Yang and Laurence Hurley

Danzhou Yang, PhD, and Laurence Hurley, PhD, were awarded a five-year, $370,000 grant to research a novel drug-like molecule that can kill cancer cells with little to no toxicity in the body.

¡Vida! – an information and wellness program for cancer survivors – has received the Arizona Rural Health Association’s 2014 Inspiring Rural Health Program Award.

The UACC's Better Than Ever program has begun its 15th season of fitness and fund raising for cancer research. Read about one of our employees for which BTE has been life-changing.

Rick Kittles, PhD

Rick Kittles, PhD, a national leader on cancer health disparities, has been appointed director of the new Division of Population Genetics, part of the new Center for Applied Genetics at the Arizona Health Sciences Center.

Ana María López, MD, MPH

¡VIDA! The Ninth Annual Mujer Latina Breast Cancer Conference will be held at the El Pueblo Community Center, located at 101 W. Irvington Road, on Oct. 18.

Deborah Goswitz

The Breast Health team at UAMC and the University of Arizona Cancer Center combines the latest research, treatment and experience in the battle against breast cancer.

Twenty-three physicians affiliated with the UA Cancer Center are included among the 2014 Best Doctors in America database.

Image: Bill Frymire

The UA Genetics Core facility, led by UACC associate member Michael F. Hammer, PhD, recently obtained accreditation to expand its services to health care in addition to research.

Bradley J. Monk, MD, FACOG, FACS

An international study of a new treatment for ovarian cancer showed improved responsed rates and prolonged the time until cancers recurred, according to a report in journal Lancet Oncology.

Don't be fooled by claims that you can eat or drink effective sun protection.