University of Colorado Cancer Center
A leading cancer researcher in Colorado wants the U.S. surgeon general to declare indoor tanning causes skin cancer. He believes officially announcing the connection could save lives.
A person learning they have cancer is a shock, and going through treatment can be the most frightening time of their life. Now there is a product on the market that may help ease that fear for some.
A new mom from Alaska is coming to Colorado to get treatment for lung cancer.
Researchers in Colorado helped lay the groundwork for a new drug therapy that’s offering hope for melanoma patients.
Researchers in Colorado are hoping to save the lives of more women by developing a test to detect ovarian cancer in its early stage.
He tackled pro football players for 12 years, but former NFL linebacker Chris Draft is now battling a disease that took his love, and changed his life.
A teenager from China is eager to thank a Colorado doctor for successfully removing her brain tumor — and he did it without cutting open her skull.
Can losing weight prevent a recurrence of breast cancer? Researchers at the University of Colorado Cancer Center are trying to find the answer through a long-term study.
The University of Colorado Cancer Center is looking for overweight breast cancer survivors willing to take part in a 2-year national study called “ENERGY” (Exercise and Nutrition to Enhance Recovery and Good Health for You). The ultimate goal is to see if weight loss and exercise can prevent a recurrence of breast cancer.
ENERGY study coordinator: (303) 724-5683
University of Colorado Cancer Center is welcoming a new director who wants to reinvent cancer research in Colorado.