News Stories

Arizona Cancer Center researchers/ members and a community advisory board member are among 60 finalists for the 2009 "40 Under 40" awards given in the Tucson area.

Arizona Cancer Center resources were used this year in a skin screening effort at the United States Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq.

The Skin Cancer Institute at the Arizona Cancer Center will sponsor a talk and co-sponsor a walkathon to highlight melanoma prevention, detection and treatment.

Day of Discovery

Get an inside look into the workings of a premier comprehensive cancer center. Learn about the latest advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment and visit a working research laboratory for hands-on demonstrations and presentations.

Better Than Ever encourages people to make exercise a part of daily life through running, walking and biking in a fun, non-competitive fitness training program while raising funds for women’s cancer research at the Arizona Cancer Center.

The Arizona Cancer Center’s popular lecture series – delivered by world-class Arizona Cancer Center physicians and researchers – provides the latest findings in cancer prevention, detection, research and treatment for a number of cancers.

Betty, Selah and Olga

A powerful documentary film about breast cancer featuring an Arizona Cancer Center patient and her family, and the Cancer Center’s genetic counselor has been nominated for an EMMY® award.

A “Resiliency Group” program offered by the Arizona Health Sciences Center can improve a patient's quality of life, decrease depression and anxiety, enhance social relationships and assist them in re-establishing new purpose in their lives.

The Arizona Cancer Center is currently conducting a clinical investigation on the effects of Polyphenon E (a green tea extract) on prostate cancer prevention. This study will determine whether Polyphenon E affects cancer related biomarkers in blood and/or prostate tissue in men with prostate cancer.

The Arizona Cancer Center is currently conducting a clinical investigation on the effects of Polyphenon E (a green tea extract) on cervical cancer prevention. The study will determine whether Polyphenon E affects cancer-related biomarkers in blood and/or cervical tissue in women with persistent CIN1 or LSIL, or who test positive for oncogenic HPV (Human papillomavirus).