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Register now for the Jan. 30 Partners in Survival workshop for men supporting women with cancer. The program aims to promote understanding and communication between loved ones and is available to men who are supporting a woman in their life who has cancer.

Thirty-three physicians affiliated with the Arizona Cancer Center at the University of Arizona are among the prestigious 2009-2010 Best Doctors in America database.

Dr. Francisco A.R. Garcia is the director of the UA National Center of Excellence in Women's Health and a faculty member at the Arizona Cancer Center. Read the full story.

When a family member has cancer, you may have questions about the risks of cancer for yourself or your children. Cancer In the Family: What You Need to Know brings together experts from the Arizona Cancer Center to answer your questions about assessing and reducing your cancer risk. Register online now.

A study by the National Cancer Institute published Dec. 7 shows continued declines in overall cancer rates; colorectal cancer trends predicted to decline.

Leadership of the Arizona Cancer Center have briefed the Arizona Board of Regents about plans to develop a full-service, comprehensive outpatient cancer treatment clinic and research facility in Phoenix. 

George Watts, PhD

George Watts, PhD, is currently using DNA microarray technology to try to determine factors related to cancer cell migration, invasion and angiogenesis

Beth Jacobs, PhD

Beth Jacobs, PhD, studies genetic, dietary and lifestyle factors associated with cancer risk, and she’s at the forefront of an international scientific movement focusing on vitamin D.

Robert A. Weinberg, PhD

Robert A. Weinberg, PhD, professor and founding member of Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will present two lectures at the Arizona Cancer Center and receive its Donald Ware Waddell Award Dec. 3.

Wilma Wildcat with a Better Than Ever medal

The Better Than Ever program teamed up with CATwalk to hold successful 10K and 5K races and a 5K non-competitive walk on Nov. 14. The event brought in more than $80,000 for the Bobbi Olson Fund, which benefits women’s cancers research, education and prevention at the Arizona Cancer Center.