Novel UF Health collaborative uses better communication to treat cancer pain
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.
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.
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.
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 very promising early stage cancer researchers, and show them how great it is to live and work in North Central Florida. The invitees gave brief talks…
For 24 years, Joanna Hammond, R.N., dedicated much of her life to nursing and serving others. But earlier this year, that shifted. After years of caring for other people, Hammond turned that energy inward to begin the fight of her life — battling stage 4 mantle cell lymphoma.
We look back at some of the events that the Gainesville community took part in to raise awareness and funds to aid in the fight against breast cancer.
Small interfering RNA sounds like something from a science fiction novel rather than a revolutionary type of medicine. But this odd-sounding new drug offers a novel strategy for treating disease by targeting the root cause rather than just the symptoms.
UF Health hosted its 16th Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion, which is held every two years to bring together transplant survivors, their families, caregivers and donors.