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What can oncology learn from ecology?

Can wisdom from wildlife help us outsmart cancer? That’s what neuroscientist Brent Reynolds and ecologist Madan Oli’s ten-year collaboration asks — and answers.

Cheers to the New Year 2019

On January 10, we held its annual “Cheers to the New Year” party to celebrate the accomplishments of the organization and to acknowledge key employees throughout 2018.

UF Health Unveils Renovated Infusion Clinic With New Clinical Trials Capabilities

The expanded and renovated adult infusion clinic at the UF Health Medical Oncology – Davis Cancer Pavilion adds 14 more chairs as well as an adjacent clinical trials laboratory.

UFHCC Cancer Research Showcase 2018

On Nov. 15-16, the UF Health Cancer Center hosted the 2nd Annual Cancer Research Showcase. We hosted 10 K-awardees from across the nation. This was a unique opportunity to meet some […]

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UF researcher finds link between common food poison toxin and colorectal cancer

UF researcher finds link between common food poison toxin and colorectal cancer

February 4, 2019

University of Florida researchers have found a link between colorectal cancer in mice and the most commonly reported bacterial cause of food poisoning in the United States.

Discount stores’ tobacco sales tied to more women smoking while pregnant, UF Health study finds

Discount stores’ tobacco sales tied to more women smoking while pregnant, UF Health study finds

January 14, 2019

Tobacco sales at two national dollar-store chains may have negatively impacted the smoking rate among pregnant women in the Southeast United States, University of Florida Health researchers have...

Four UF Health researchers recognized for most-cited works worldwide

Four UF Health researchers recognized for most-cited works worldwide

December 12, 2018

Four UF Health researchers are among the most influential authors in their fields worldwide based on how often their work has been cited by their peers.

Unique iron starvation offers method to attack deadly bacterial biofilms

Unique iron starvation offers method to attack deadly bacterial biofilms

November 13, 2018

Deadly bacterial biofilms that colonize on surfaces and infect the human body have mystified clinicians and scientists for years. Resistant to many conventional antibiotics, these biofilms result in...

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Professor Leads Electrolyte Solution Research, Helping Patients with Cancer-Related GI Issues

Dr. Sadasivan Vidyasagar, assistant professor in the department of radiation oncology, serves as the principal inventor with a UF research team that developed enterade®, a combination of proprietary amino acid blends to help patients with GI issues related to cancer or chronic GI disease.