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A different approach to treating ovarian cancer
Published: 9/26/2016

Ovarian cancer is very difficult to detect in its early stages as symptoms are often dismissed or misdiagnosed. Ovarian cancer researcher Rebecca Wates, Ph.D., is all too familiar with how the symptoms can be overlooked for too long.

‘Lab on a Chip’ may lead to earlier diagnosis of the cancer that whispers
Published: 9/26/2016

Researchers at The University of Kansas Cancer Center are developing cutting-edge “lab-on-a-chip” tests that may one day detect ovarian cancer much earlier – with just drops of a patient’s blood.

Tackling obesity in rural communities
Published: 9/15/2016

Obesity is associated with at least eight types of cancer and tends to be more prevalent in rural communities. Christie Befort, Ph.D., co-leader of the Cancer Control and Population Health Research Program, is studying different approaches to tackle obesity in rural areas.

New tanning law has the potential to save lives
Published: 7/25/2016

Leaders from The University of Kansas Cancer Center joined about a dozen Kansas legislators, patients and others on July 21 to celebrate a new state law forbidding minors from using commercial tanning beds.

The University of Kansas Cancer Center, Children’s Mercy co-host Twitter chat on HPV
Published: 6/22/2016

The University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children’s Mercy teamed up to host a Twitter chat about HPV and the importance of the vaccine to help prevent cancer. The #HPVchat was moderated by medical professionals on Tuesday, June 21 from 1-2 p.m.

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