Survivor raises money for lung cancer research

Dr. Camidge and Emily Daniels speak to the importance of philanthropy and research. Emily Daniels was 32 years-old and pregnant with her second child when she was diagnosed with lung cancer.  One year later, Emily presented a check for more than $100,000 to the Lung...

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Inspiring the next cancer scientists

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYoaZ_QFIXE&t=6s Inspiring the next generation of cancer scientists is the idea behind the University of Colorado Cancer Center's annual  "Learn About Cancer Day."  One hundred twenty students from five high schools in the Denver metro...

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Esophageal cancer care crosses state lines

Tom and his girlfriend Nel in Cambodia. When Tom Donahue came to UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), University of Colorado Cancer Center's clinical partner, he thought he had a pre-cancerous condition called Barrett’s Esophagus. But Donahue had a...

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The State of Cancer in Colorado

U.S. cancer death rate has dropped 27 percent over 25 years. In Colorado, the decline in the cancer death rate is even steeper: 31 percent reduction over the same period.

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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...

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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.

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“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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Getting to the Root of Leukemia

Joel Rutstein thought he had a death sentence after being diagnosed with AML. A clinical trial saved his life and is changing the way the disease is treated.

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CU Cancer Center launches “Lunch and Learn” series

The University of Colorado Cancer Center Education Working Group kicked off its monthly "Lunch and Learn" series in December with a lively presentation on “The History of Cancer” given by Christopher Lieu, MD. Lieu is  the CU Cancer Center's deputy associate director...

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