Breast cancer up to 5 times more likely to metastasize even 10 years after childbirth

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New immune system understanding may lead to safer nanomedicines

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Dog bites man, saves life

Tim Reagan saved Brady’s life, adopting the high-energy rescue dog from a shelter. Within a year, Brady returned the favor. “We were walking on the Friday after Thanksgiving in 2016 and in a rambunctious, playful way he jumped up and bit my arm and it felt really...

Hope for a Cure

Diagnosed with lung cancer at 32 years old and 33 weeks pregnant, Emily’s future was uncertain. Now, she is able to live a “normal” life with the disease.

To screen or not to screen? That is the question.

As more and more young people are being diagnosed with cancer, the cancer screening guidelines are adapting to the changing cancer landscape.

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Dog bites man, saves life

Dog bites man, saves life

Tim Reagan saved Brady’s life, adopting the high-energy rescue dog from a shelter. Within a year, Brady returned the favor. “We were walking on the Friday after Thanksgiving in 2016 and in a rambunctious, playful way he jumped up and bit my arm and it felt really...

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Hope for a Cure

Hope for a Cure

Diagnosed with lung cancer at 32 years old and 33 weeks pregnant, Emily’s future was uncertain. Now, she is able to live a “normal” life with the disease.

read more
“No one hates cancer more than I do”

“No one hates cancer more than I do”

There is a goal. There is a roadmap that shows us how to get there. Under the leadership of Richard Schulick, CU Cancer Center will continue pushing forward toward this goal of eradicating cancer.

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