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Former NFL player’s goal: change face of lung cancer

During his visit to University of Colorado Cancer Center, former NFL player Chris Draft met with lung cancer survivor Ellen Smith and her son. His goal is...
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Philanthropic organization visits campus, learns about CU biomedicine advances

From left, panelists Robin Shandas, Ph.D., Andrew Thorburn, Ph.D., and Rick Duke, Ph.D., speak to ARCS Foundation members on June 1 at the Anschutz Medical...
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Navy surgeon general says campus doing ‘amazing things’

U.S. Navy Surgeon General Matthew Nathan, right, hears about bladder cancer research from Dan Theodorescu, M.D., director of the CU Cancer Center, during a...
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New sunscreen regulations designed to protect skin from cancer-causing rays

With spring fast approaching, anyone who spends time in the sun should be aware of new sunscreen regulations designed to help prevent skin cancer. The U.S...
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New research confirms need for lung cancer testing

Doebele Different kinds of lung cancer behave in different ways, suggesting they are fundamentally different diseases. According to a University of Colorado...
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Basketball tournament brings with it $100,000 for breast cancer research

Research on breast cancer after pregnancy at the University of Colorado Cancer Center is reaching a key milestone thanks to a gift from nationally renowned...
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Tebow cleats score $2,025 for cancer research

A day after Tim Tebow orchestrated a dramatic comeback to lead the Denver Broncos to a win over the Miami Dolphins, a pair of his signed, pink cleats were...
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Vitamin E, prostate cancer connection raises dosage questions

Yearly physicals and vitamin supplements aren’t top priorities for most men. In fact, for many men, PSA stands for “patient-stimulated anxiety” not prostate-...
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Cancer Center test cited in helping to reduce deaths in clinical trial

Researchers at the University of Colorado Cancer Center have developed a test that identifies key biomarkers in advanced lung cancer that helped reduce the...
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Tebow puts foot forward for CU Cancer Center benefit

When Tim Tebow takes the field as starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos on Sunday, he’s poised to make an impact on the field of play. He’s also poised...
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Cancer League of Colorado commits $2 million to Cancer Center

Cancer League of Colorado has filled a unique niche throughout its 43 years, providing seed grants for promising yet untested cancer research projects — the...
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Study: Common class of drugs reduces severity of postpartum breast cancers

Pepper Schedin and Virginia Borges A new study reports that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs including ibuprofen reduce the severity of postpartum breast...
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Optical biopsy shines light on prostate cancer

How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? If the pin is a biopsy needle in the lab of Priya Werahera, Ph.D., the answer is nine: eight fiber-optic...
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Step Up for Cancer needs volunteers

The AMC Cancer Fund/University of Colorado Cancer Center is among the nonprofit organizations participating in Step Up For Cancer, a stair-climbing event aimed...
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Denver Undy 5000: Race takes underwear outside for good cause

The Colon Cancer Alliance will host the Denver Undy 5000, a "brief" 5K walk/run in underwear to raise awareness and money for the fight against colorectal...
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Three CU scientists named 2011 Boettcher Investigators

Three University of Colorado researchers have been named to the 2011 class of Boettcher Investigators in the Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Program. This is...

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