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“Corona Cares” supports patients, families dealing with cancer
by Mary Ruth published Jul 19, 2012 last modified Jul 19, 2012 09:08 AM — filed under: ,
RALEIGH, NC – Crown Imports announced today that the highly successful “Corona Cares” charitable donation program in North Carolina will kick off on August 1 to benefit patient and family support programs at the N.C. Cancer Hospital. Over the past two years, “Corona Cares” has provided more than $210,000 for these programs.
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2012 Oncology Excellence Award recipients announced
by Mary Ruth published Nov 14, 2012 last modified Nov 16, 2012 02:28 PM — filed under: , ,
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and UNC Cancer Care honored four employees with 2012 Excellence Awards.
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A Summer Final Four: Help Cornucopia House Win $25,000
by Mary Ruth published Jun 13, 2012 last modified Jun 13, 2012 02:00 PM — filed under: ,
Votes, not baskets, will propel Cornucopia House to the Final Four in a national competition for a $25K mobile technology grant from AtlanticBT.
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Advocates join together to raise awareness about pancreatic cancer
by Mary Ruth published Jul 05, 2012 last modified Jul 05, 2012 05:04 PM — filed under: , ,
When scientists and advocates join forces, good things can happen. Dr. Channing Der, Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Pharmacology and UNC Lineberger faculty member, and Lori Matteson, a Raleigh pancreatic cancer survivor and advocate, joined over 600 other pancreatic cancer advocates and family members on a visit to Washington, DC.
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Amos discusses breast cancer in the black community on Black Issues Forum
by William Shawn Davis published Oct 29, 2012 last modified Oct 29, 2012 09:20 AM — filed under: ,
Keith Amos, MD, FACS, was interviewed by UNC-TV’s Black Issues Forum on community education about breast cancer in the African American community on Sunday, Oct. 28.
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Amos quoted in ABC News feature
by Mary Ruth published Jul 13, 2012 last modified Jul 13, 2012 10:55 AM — filed under: , ,
Keith Amos, MD, assistant professor of surgery at UNC-Chapel Hill, is quoted in an ABC News feature discussing a new study about partial breast removal surgery to treat cancer.
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Antibodies reverse Type 1 diabetes in new immunotherapy study
by Mary Ruth published Jul 06, 2012 last modified Jul 06, 2012 04:16 PM — filed under: ,
CHAPEL HILL, NC – Scientists at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have used injections of antibodies to rapidly reverse the onset of Type I diabetes in mice genetically bred to develop the disease. Moreover, just two injections maintained disease remission indefinitely without harming the immune system.
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Aspirin use may offer cancer prevention benefits, Baron dicusses on MedPage Today
by Mary Ruth published Mar 26, 2012 last modified Mar 26, 2012 10:16 AM — filed under: , ,
John Baron, MD, was interviewed by Charles Bankhead of MedPage Today on March 21, 2012 to give his perspective on three recently published reviews in "The Lancet" and "The Lancet Oncology." The reviews suggest that "regular aspirin use leads to significant reductions in the risk of cancer, metastasis, and cancer mortality."
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B Cell survival holds key to chronic graft vs. host disease
by Mary Ruth published Aug 16, 2012 last modified Aug 16, 2012 11:53 AM — filed under: ,
Chapel Hill, NC – Leukemia and lymphoma patients who receive life-saving stem cell or bone marrow transplants often experience chronic side effects that significantly decrease quality of life, can last a lifetime, and ultimately affect their long-term survival.
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Bae-Jump receives grant to study impact of obesity on ovarian cancer
by Mary Ruth published Jun 06, 2012 last modified Jun 11, 2012 12:12 PM — filed under: , ,
Victoria Bae-Jump, MD, PhD, has received a two-year $200,000 grant from the Department of Defense, to study “Preclinical and Clinical Investigations of the Impact of Obesity on Ovarian Cancer Pathogenesis.”
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