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Who says you can’t go home?
Amy Charney had already registered to run the 2015 Boston Marathon when she was told she had breast cancer. But not even that diagnosis and active treatment would keep her from crossing the finish line in her hometown of Boston.
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UNC Lineberger breast cancer researcher wins ASCO foundation grant
Katherine Reeder-Hayes, MD, MBA, Msc, a UNC Lineberger member and a clinical assistant professor in the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, won a Career Development Award from the Conquer Cancer Foundation of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. She was one of 11 clinical investigators chosen to receive the three-year award, which goes to researcher-physicians to help them build independent clinical research programs.
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Gaps found in use of Herceptin to treat breast cancer
A potentially life-saving breast cancer treatment was part of the care plan for one Orange County woman, but UNC Lineberger researchers have found gaps in how the treatment is used nationwide.
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Gallagher appointed as chief of breast surgery and surgical director of the UNC Breast Center
Highly regarded in her field, Kristalyn Gallagher, DO, FACOS, brings both surgical and research experience to this leadership position.
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UNC Lineberger hosts Cancer Moonshoot regional summit
Members from North Carolina’s three National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers, together with care providers, researchers, advocates and patients from the state, met in Chapel Hill to be part of a national discussion on how to speed the pace of cancer discovery and clinical advances.
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UNC Lineberger-led study tests drug strategy for aggressive breast cancer in the brain
Results from a UNC Lineberger-led study were published Monday in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics. The pre-clinical study was the first to investigate one particular drug strategy as a treatment for breast cancer after it's spread to the brain.
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Breast cancer researchers receive $2.5 million in Susan G. Komen grants
Susan G. Komen has announced more than $2.5 million in grants for UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers. The organization, which funded eight grants for nearly $2.97 million to researchers in North Carolina, has a goal of reducing breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50 percent across the next decade.
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On the hunt for genetic clues to breast cancers that spread to the brain
UNC Lineberger researcher Carey Anders, MD, wants to understand why some breast cancers metastasize to the brain, and what drives them. She recently was awarded a three-year, $450,000 grant to study genetic features of breast cancer brain metastases to try to answer those questions.
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