Leukemia & Lymphoma Society grant supports drug discovery research

September 3, 2019

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has awarded a $971,484 Screen to Lead grant to University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers to launch an investigation of new drug compounds that would block enzymes that can become hyperactive in blood cancer cells when mutated. UNC Lineberger’s John Sondek, PhD, a professor in the UNC … Continued

Former patient donates $10 million to further blood cancer research at UNC Lineberger

October 29, 2018

Etteinne “ET” and W. G. Champion “Champ” Mitchell of New Bern, North Carolina, will create a new fund supporting ground-breaking research in blood cancer at UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, including lymphoma, leukemia and myeloma research, in gratitude for the care Champ received and to bolster research directed at finding cures.

UNC Lineberger launches innovative cellular immunotherapy program

February 28, 2017

UNC Lineberger, with its U.S. FDA-approved Good Manufacturing Practices, or “clean,” facility, is one of only a select academic centers in the United States with the capability to genetically modify patient immune cells for clinical use. This makes it possible for people who live in the Southeastern U.S. to stay closer to home to undergo cellular immunotherapy treatment.

A Complete Team

May 29, 2015

Nearly a year ago, thirteen-year-old Liam Canard, of Raleigh, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Although his fight against the disease goes on today, he has already won by continuing to do what he loves.

Liam Canard

May 29, 2015

Nearly a year ago, thirteen-year-old Liam Canard, of Raleigh, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Although his fight against the disease goes on today, he has already won by continuing to do what he loves.

The thrill of discovery

May 27, 2015

UNC Lineberger researcher Ben Major, PhD, an assistant professor in the UNC School of Medicine Department of Cell Biology and Physiology, studies cell signaling pathways in normal and cancerous cells. He hopes that a finding made by his team earlier this year could lead to a new treatment for a typically fast-growing type of lymphoma.

Amber Vance

March 10, 2015

Amber Vance, a young-adult cancer survivor living in Raleigh, is making a difference.