Cancer patient finds support from family, friends, health care community
A head and neck cancer diagnosis has created some stumbling blocks for John Erwin and his family, but he says they are now stronger than they were before. “Our family is as tight now as it’s ever been.”
Study identifies molecular differences between primary breast cancer and its metastases
A multi-institutional national study has identified unique molecular features responsible for the development and progression of metastatic breast cancer.
Looking back on 2022: A year of hope and healing at UNC Lineberger
Join us as we reflect on stories from 2022 that inspired us throughout the year.
Studies identify barriers between doctors and their patients that limit clinical trial enrollment for Black people with blood cancers
Shakira Grant, MBBS, the studies’ principal investigator, shared the findings during oral presentations at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) in New Orleans.
Lindsey James: Building a career, one molecule at a time
Lindsey James, PhD, is well-suited to the collaborative relationship between UNC Lineberger and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, taking her interests in medicinal chemistry and epigenetics and working with cancer center physicians and researchers to make strides into cancer care and treatment.