Second cancer risk declines in survivors of childhood cancer
Changes in childhood cancer treatment, including the reduced use of radiation therapy, has reduced the risk for second cancer in survivors.
Les Robison, PhD, receives national award
The hospital's Epidemiology and Cancer Control Chair, Les Robinson, PhD, is awarded the ACS Medal of Honor.
Biostatisticians build a better analytic tool
Researchers craft a new approach for mining genomic data for rare genetic variations that may play a role in disease risk.
Loss of ARID1A protein drives colon cancer
Research reveals principal tumor suppressor function of ARID1A and suggests that loss of the protein contributes to colon cancer
Why do some leukemia patients relapse?
Research suggests ancestry plays a role in why some cancer returns.
Mystery molecule is a key to thwarting colon cancer
Mystery sensor protein NLRC3 revealed as a central player in preventing colon cells from becoming cancerous
Research provides insights into adolescents’ care-planning needs
Adolescents as young as 14 want to be part of the conversation about end-of-life care, and families indicate they want to hear from their children.
Discovery linked to two neurological diseases
New findings help increase understanding of molecular mechanisms for common forms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
From Promise, Spring 2017