Input sought from Fayetteville’s African-American and Latino communities
For the 11th year running, the Sole Sisters Program took to the streets at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® in Raleigh, inspiring women and cancer survivors to get active and raising more than $12,000 for breast cancer research.
Each year, the President’s Cancer Panel assembles a group of experts to provide official testimony about the nation’s cancer agenda. The theme changes annually – for 2009-2010 the panel focused on “America’s Demographic and Cultural Transformation: Implications for Cancer.” A full report was released this spring.
2011 Statesman Award honors extraordinary voluntary efforts
UNC Lineberger’s Fellowship Program in Hematology/Oncology is being recognized by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) this weekend at the organization’s annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
Pediatric patients, parents, friends and family gathered in Chapel Hill for the St. Baldrick’s event at the Crunkleton on Saturday afternoon, May 21.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The article "Why do men die earlier?" written by Bridget Murray-Law and published in the June 2011 issue of Monitor on Psychology, looks at new research that analyzes how men take care of themselves.
Dr. Stuart Gold is division chief of UNC Lineberger's pediatric hematology and oncology program.
LIVESTRONG® Survivorship Center of Excellence Network to Host Landmark Meeting on Survivorship Care and Advocacy in Response to 2011 Report Findings
Conference will be held in Washington, D.C., Sept. 15-16. UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center is part of a collaborative effort among leading medical institutions brought together by LIVESTRONG.
Data will help scientists worldwide design better experiments.
University Cancer Research Fund updates, record poster session highlights of 2011 scientific retreat
The sixth annual UNC Lineberger scientific retreat drew a record number of posters – 68 – for the poster session and competition – and close to 150 people for the talks and reception.
Chapel Hill - Tacrolimus, a drug that is commonly used to prevent organ transplantation rejection, inhibits breast cancer growth in pre-clinical studies. The finding from UNC scientists was reported in the May 26th Public Library of Science.
Tom May used to donate blood, but not often. If he had it to do over, he’d give as much as possible. But he can’t.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Carol Otey, PhD talks about the hope & health that has resulted from recent pancreatic research & collaboration on the May 14, 2011 broadcast of Here's to Your Health.
Chapel Hill - When cancer patients experience medical problems, they may visit emergency departments, but how often and for what reasons, there is little data.
A University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill study has joined the ranks of an elite group of programs recognized for their contributions to reducing cancer.
Innovative collaboration between physics and cell biology demonstrates pathway
C.A.R.E. (Cancer - Awareness - Responsibility - Education) Behind the Chair : An Informative Event for Melanoma Awareness Month
Richard Goldberg, MD, distinguished professor and chief of the division of hematology/oncology, has been appointed to chair the 2012 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium Steering Committee on behalf of the American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO).
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Dr. Carolyn Sartor discussed the “New Life After Cancer” organization on the April 28, 2011 broadcast of Here's to Your Health. Dr. Sartor is a breast cancer survivor and former Chair of Radiation Oncology at UNC.