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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.

Mark "Marty" Pagel, PhD

University of Arizona Cancer Center member Mark “Marty” Pagel, PhD, will receive a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effectiveness of personalized baking soda therapy to treat breast cancer.

Becker's Hospital Review has included The University of Arizona Cancer Center and its clinical partner, University of Arizona Medical Center, on its list of hospitals and health systems with great oncology programs.

Ronald Weinstein, MD, Univeristy of Arizona pathology and public health professor and director of the Arizona Telemedicine Program, is honored for his tecnhology innovations that have brought health care services to rural and underserved communities.

Emmanuel Katsanis, MD

The University of Arizona Cancer Center named Emmanuel Katsanis, MD, the program director of the Blood and Marrow Transplantation (BMT) program. This marks the first time that the Cancer Center’s adult and pediatric programs will be under consolidated leadership.

Verde Valley Medical Center and the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare-Sedona have become an affiliate of The University of Arizona Cancer Center.