News Stories

Cindy Hairgrove (photo by Chris Richards)

Cindy Hairgrove is not the type of person who backs down from a fight.

Sydney E. Salmon, MD

The Sydney E. Salmon, MD, Awards recognize UA Cancer Center faculty members for their leadership in cancer research, grant support, publications, community service and clinical responsibilities.

Greg Rogers, PhD

University of Arizona Cancer Center member Greg Rogers, PhD, was recently awarded a $660,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to further his research on the assembly of the centrosome — an organelle that can influence genomic instability and tumor formation.

Terry Badger, PhD, RN, will examine support for Latinas with breast cancer and their intimate and family partners, with the American Cancer Society grant.

Funding from the University of Arizona's Community Connections Grants program is initiating a sun safety program at 5 local attractions

You can participate in a group session or individually in the 10th annual cancer survivorship series "Living With, Through and Beyond Cancer"

Several dozen University of Arizona Cancer Center researchers are presenting the efforts of their work displayed on 30 posters at the AACR Annual Meeting in Chicago

InsideOut by Caren Rudman

A powerful art exhibit with works created by artists affected by women's cancers will be on display April 4 to May 8 at the University of Arizona Cancer Center -- North Campus clinic

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) released its Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer (1975-2008) on Wednesday, stating that incidence and death rates from all cancers across all demographics continued to consistently decline in the United States, but that excess weight and lack of physical activity pose a serious health risk.

G. Timothy Bowden, PhD

University of Arizona Cancer Center member G. Timothy Bowden, PhD, is part of a research team looking into a potential link between Parkinson’s disease and an increased risk of melanoma.