Colorectal cancer is not an “old person” disease

Jimmy Zannon was diagnosed with stage 3 colorectal cancer at 38 years old…

Colorectal Cancer: What We Know

Colorectal cancer is unique in that, unlike many other cancers, we know how it progresses from healthy to cancerous. We also know how to prevent it and catch it in its early stages, making it one of the only truly preventable cancers. Unfortunately, even with this...

Thousands of Coloradans contributing to cancer research at CU Cancer Center

When it comes to cancer research the more data, the better. That is the premise behind the Oncology Research Information Exchange Network (ORIEN). The research initiative brings together 19 accomplished cancer centers to accelerate the progress of cancer research and...

AACR, Johnson & Johnson fund Colorado search for lung conditions that allow growth of cancer

AACR funds CU study to pinpoint the lung tissue characteristics that allow cancer cells to grow.

The sneaky way estrogen drives brain metastasis in non-estrogen-dependent breast cancers

“There might be a benefit in anti-estrogen therapies in preventing brain metastasis in women with triple-negative breast cancer,” says Diana Cittelly, PhD.

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Colorectal Cancer: What We Know

Colorectal Cancer: What We Know

Colorectal cancer is unique in that, unlike many other cancers, we know how it progresses from healthy to cancerous. We also know how to prevent it and catch it in its early stages, making it one of the only truly preventable cancers. Unfortunately, even with this...

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