Published in Nature Communication on Feb. 17, 2020 Relapse is the major cause of death after acute myeloid leukemia (AML) treatment. Leukemia stem cells (LSCs) are a small population of leukemia cells that possess the capacity of enhanced self-renewal and leukemia initiation, and are able to differentiate to bulk leukemia…
A new research program to understand the effect of COVID-19 on health care workers is soon to be underway at University of Florida Health and other sites across the country. A clinical trial to evaluate whether hydroxychloroquine can prevent COVID-19 infections is also being planned.
On April 3, the Florida Cancer Control and Research Advisory Council (CCRAB), North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NCFCCC), and UF Health Cancer Center hosted Cancer in the Time of Coronavirus webinar on Zoom. In this webinar, speakers Christopher Cogle, M.D., and Amar…
Sandra Davis-Quinney has been met with bumps, curves and stops on the ride that is her cancer journey. Even with the rough roads she’s endured, Sandra tries to stay hopeful, resiliently staying on the ride. Staying on the ride is exactly what brought her to UF Health Cancer Center’s…
UF Health’s first fully robotic Whipple procedure provides hope to pancreatic cancer patients.
Jeopardy! Game show host Alex Trebek recently announced that his pancreatic cancer is in partial remission. UF Health radiation oncologist Robert A. Zlotecki, M.D., discusses approaches to treating the disease.
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The UF Health Cancer Center is proud to present the 2nd Annual Cancer Research Showcase! November 15-17th, 2018, we will host 10 K-awardees from across the nation. The main symposium will be held on Friday, November 16th, beginning at 9:00am.
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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.