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Pinpointing the chromosomal creation of cancer
Published: 2/17/2016

Yoshiaki Azuma, Ph.D., member of the Cancer Biology Research Program at The University of Kansas Cancer Center, is analyzing the role of an enzyme called Topoisomerase II and how it may affect the stability of genomes.

NCI-designated Cancer Centers Urge HPV Vaccination for the Prevention of Cancer
Published: 1/27/2016

Together we, a group of the National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Cancer Centers, recognize these low rates of HPV vaccination as a serious public health threat. HPV vaccination represents a rare opportunity to prevent many cases of cancer that is tragically underused. As national leaders in cancer research and clinical care, we are compelled to jointly issue this call to action.

It Prevents Cancer. What’s the Problem?
Published: 1/7/2016

Kansas ranks last in the nation for HPV vaccinations. Leaders from The University of Kansas Cancer Center explain the importance of parents getting the HPV vaccine for their children.

From a cotton seed to a potential cancer drug
Published: 1/5/2016

A new, potential drug that’s a byproduct of cotton could stop cells from dividing - a key to stopping cancer from starting or spreading. KU Cancer Center researchers Liang Xu, Ph.D., and Kristi Neufeld, Ph.D. are studying gossypol, a natural compound currently going through early phase clinical trials for prostate cancer.

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