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Through world-class research and exceptional patient care, our NCI-designated cancer center is working toward a world without cancer.
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New tanning law has the potential to save lives
Leaders from KU Cancer Center joined a dozen Kansas legislators, patients and others on July 21 to celebrate a new state law forbidding minors from using commercial tanning beds.
Twitter chat on HPV raises questions, provides answers
The HPV vaccine prevents HPV-related cancers. Our doctors weigh in with facts to empower parents and healthcare providers. Didn't make the chat? No problem. Read more and view the highlights.
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Reaching Out to Prevent Cancer in High Risk Communities
Comprehensive Cancer Center Designation is Next Step
Leaders at KU Cancer Center are far from finished in their quest for enhancing scientific excellence. Watch the video.
Clinical trials can give you access to potentially effective new drugs, therapies and diagnostic tools in research.
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