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  • Workshop Promotes Patient Advocacy in Cancer Research

    The University of Kansas Cancer Center and its outreach network, the Midwest Cancer Alliance, hosted an introductory training workshop earlier this month for individuals who wanted to learn more about KU Cancer Center’s patient research advocacy program.

  • 2018 KU Cancer Center Pilot and Travel Award Recipients

    Congratulations to the recipients of The University of Kansas Cancer Center’s 2018 Pilot and Travel Awards! Each year, winners are recognized for their research contributions to the cancer center and are announced at its annual Research Symposium.

  • 2018 Cancer Center Director’s Awards

    The University of Kansas Cancer Center’s annual Director’s Awards program was founded in 2016 to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to reduce the burden of cancer.

  • FDA Approves HPV Vaccine for Everyone Up to Age 45

    Originally approved in 2006 for preteens and people up to age 26, the vaccine, Gardasil 9, works against the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus can cause genital warts; precancerous lesions of the vulva, vagina and cervix; cervical cancer; and cancers of the mouth and throat.

  • With Sozo, lymphedema screening easier, faster

    An international clinical trial recently confirmed that many patients with early-stage breast cancer may not need chemotherapy. Breast cancer medical oncologists Qamar Khan, MD, and Priyanka Sharma, MD, discuss the impact of these results.

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