Window on Healing

How artistry, a camera and a great view
helped one woman battle cancer

A Moment of Zen

Through the efforts of students and faculty from across UF, a patient’s wish to create art was realized.

Going Strong

Read about Sam’s journey — including why his parents eventually decided to enroll him in a phase 3 clinical trial — in our new patient magazine, UFHCC Cares.

Relearning to swallow

Head and neck cancer survivor shares story of recovery

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Human liver protein reduces age-related inflammation in animal, human cell models

Human liver protein reduces age-related inflammation in animal, human cell models

November 8, 2017

A protein produced by the liver significantly reduces the chronic, low-grade inflammation that may contribute to aging and aging-related diseases, a group of University of Florida Health researchers...

1 in 9, or 11 million, U.S. men are infected with oral HPV

1 in 9, or 11 million, U.S. men are infected with oral HPV

October 13, 2017

Approximately 11 million men and 3 million women in the U.S. are infected with oral human papillomavirus, or HPV, according to a new study led by University of Florida researchers. Men were also...

Timely treatment of lesions that may cause anal cancer can cut risk, mortality by 80 percent, UF study shows

Timely treatment of lesions that may cause anal cancer can cut risk, mortality by 80 percent, UF study shows

September 26, 2017

No guidelines exist for the treatment of precancerous anal lesions that might ultimately develop into anal cancer, leaving physicians to make a best guess about whether to remove them or wait and...

UF researchers hope clinical trial will lead to new sepsis treatment

UF researchers hope clinical trial will lead to new sepsis treatment

August 22, 2017

University of Florida researchers are part of a nationwide clinical trial to evaluate whether an anti-cancer medication can be effective against sepsis and septic shock.

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Madore

Dr. Steven Madore named Associate Director for Core Technologies

The University of Florida Health Cancer Center is pleased to announce that Steven Madore, Ph.D., has been appointed the center’s associate director for core technologies. In this role, Dr. Madore […]

Florida Academic Cancer Center Alliance renews Florida Pancreas Collaborative funding

An overarching goal of this line of research is to reduce the burden of pancreatic malignancy.

Dr. Merry-Jennifer Markham named Associate Director for Medical Affairs

Dr. Markham will be responsible for advancing the mission of the UFHCC to provide excellence in cancer care as well as facilitating the incorporation of clinical research into clinical oncology practice...