New Colorado Center for Rare Melanomas leads research, treatment efforts

CU Cancer Center earns NCI designation as a Center for Rare Melanomas, along with $1.5M award

Patients not treated at NCI-designated centers less likely to receive newer, high-cost lung cancer drugs

Patients treated at NCI centers 10 percent more likely to be given new, high-cost targeted drugs and immunotherapies

Nancee and Paul Pronsati help make Denver hub of research, treatment, and community for ALK-positive lung cancer

“These are people who are fighting for their lives every single day and they’re not just talking about it, they’re doing things.”

Guest Blog: A Blessed Survivor’s Story

Rob Francoeur, retired Chief Master Sergeant in the United States Airforce, shares his experience at the University of Colorado Cancer Center after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Rob in Moab. I have been asked to share my story of being a very fortunate...

Guest Blog: Good News and Bad News

Guest Author: Joe Schneider Joe Schneider, Lung Cancer Survivor “I have good news and bad news,” the ER doctor told me. I had been sent to the ER under the suspicion of a heart attack because of chest pains. “We took an x-ray of your chest. The good news is that...
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Guest Blog: A Blessed Survivor’s Story

Guest Blog: A Blessed Survivor’s Story

Rob Francoeur, retired Chief Master Sergeant in the United States Airforce, shares his experience at the University of Colorado Cancer Center after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Rob in Moab. I have been asked to share my story of being a very fortunate...

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Guest Blog: Good News and Bad News

Guest Blog: Good News and Bad News

Guest Author: Joe Schneider Joe Schneider, Lung Cancer Survivor “I have good news and bad news,” the ER doctor told me. I had been sent to the ER under the suspicion of a heart attack because of chest pains. “We took an x-ray of your chest. The good news is that your...

read more