Cancer Center Updates
Cancer Research News
A new study by University of Florida Health researchers finds that Hispanics, as well as the elderly and people with diabetes, have a higher risk of developing liver cancer.
University of Florida Health researchers discover molecule that impedes multiple sclerosis-like disease in mice
In multiple sclerosis patients, the body’s immune system goes rogue and attacks the protective covering on nerve fibers. Now, a group led by University of Florida Health researchers has found a crucial molecule impedes the development of a multiple sclerosis-like disease in mice.
University of Florida and UF Health announce $12 million gift from Orlando business leader to launch brain tumor research initiative
The University of Florida has received a $12 million gift from Orlando hotel magnate Harris Rosen and The Harris Rosen Foundation to advance innovative brain tumor immunotherapy research and care at UF Health and to launch an unprecedented partnership for the development of novel brain tumor treatments.
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The mission of the Clinical Research Office is to help deliver new and promising cancer treatments in order to improve the lives of the patients at the UF Health Cancer Center.
Our clinician-scientists participate in research that has a direct impact on improved patient outcomes, and allows patients access to the very latest cancer-fighting technologies and drugs.
One of the great benefits of receiving cancer care at an academic health center like UF Health is unique patient access to the most advanced medical research, treatments and technologies.
The UFHCC Office of Community Outreach and Engagement attended the Library Partnership Health and Wellness Expo to promote knowledge of colorectal cancer prevention, screening and treatment.