Is your melanoma hot enough for immunotherapy?

Tumors with mutations in genes leading to over-activation of the NF-kB signaling pathway were more than three times as likely to respond to anti-PD1 immunotherapy compared with tumors in which these changes were absent.

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CU Cancer Center program recognized at Colorado Capitol

In recognition of its impact, the Colorado Cancer Screening Program (CCSP) received a special proclamation from the Colorado General Assembly at the State Capitol in Denver. CCSP focuses on cancer prevention and helps reduce barriers to care. State Rep. Perry Will...

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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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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...

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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...

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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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