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Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Department of Health have recognized the University of Florida Health Cancer Center, with locations in Gainesville and Orlando, as a state-designated Cancer Center of […]
A University of Florida Health patient has become the first person to receive a combination of oral therapies targeted to a specific gene mutation that has dramatically reduced a rare […]
Outcomes for patient survival following stem cell transplant at the UF Health Blood and Marrow Transplantation Program are ranked among the top 2.5 percent nationwide.
Minority students and investigators have support from the Florida Minority Cancer Research and Training Center, the state’s first and only National Cancer Institute minority institution/cancer center partnership focused on cancer research and training for African-Americans.
The word “liminal” is derived from the Latin “limen,” meaning “threshold.” At the completion of each patient’s cancer therapy, patients ring the bell to symbolize transcendence into a life after cancer care.
Orlando Health and University of Florida Health have joined forces to establish one of the state’s largest, most comprehensive cancer programs as number of cancer cases in Florida is rising.