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A hearty welcome to Dr. Filippo Giancotti, who recently joined Columbia as Irving Family Professor for Cancer Research and will lead the HICCC's new Cancer Metastasis Initiative.
While medical experts agree that women should all get screened, the age at which screening should begin is an area of controversy, leaving patients confused as to what they should do.
On October 3, the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) held the fifth annual Velocity, Columbia’s Ride to End Cancer, bringing together supporters of the HICCC.
Three young investigators at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) have been recognized as 2021 Merit award recipients at this year’s ASCO Quality Care Symposium.
The E. E. Just Scholars @ Columbia is a groundbreaking new program providing students at historically Black colleges and universities with research opportunities and access to mentors across Columbia.
"Precision cancer medicine needs to be envisioned as understanding how cancer works, which goes far beyond individual gene mutations." Read Dr. Bass' Disruptors column for the HICCC.
Sheneque Hanse: “I trusted Dr. Melamed and all the nurses and doctors caring for me. I felt like everyone wanted to do everything they could to help me.”
Velocity: Columbia’s Ride to End Cancer supports innovative cancer research and care at the HICCC. Register today and also plan to join virtually on Velocity Day, Oct. 3!
The 2021 Giants of Cancer Care inductees are leading researchers and educators whose discoveries have propelled the field of oncology forward and established the building blocks for future advances.
The Ciccia laboratory has uncovered a novel vulnerability in certain breast and ovarian cancer cells, opening the door to new treatment options.