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TrevisMichelle always had a story to tell, but after being diagnosed with cervical cancer last fall the time felt more important than ever to share it.
Dr. Chin talks about the importance of women’s sexual health and cancer, a relatively uncharted area of research and discussion.
Brent R. Stockwell: "I am honored to receive this award and I hope it will encourage other faculty members to act as allies to the LGBTQ and other underrepresented student communities."
Congratulations to Dr. Benjamin Izar, a recipient of the Schaefer Research Scholar award, supporting his work in drug resistance and novel immunotherapies.
Dark skin does provide some protection against the sun’s ultraviolet rays, but it’s a myth that people with dark skin tones are immune to the harmful effects of UV radiation.
A pioneer in cancer and chemotherapy, Dr. Alfred Gellhorn established one of the nation's first dedicated cancer research and training programs at Columbia.
Researchers have developed a multi-organ chip, a novel platform that captures the biology of organ interactions in the body, enabling a new way to study disease progression and treatments.
Expert geneticist Dr. Wendy Chung takes us through the ever-evolving genetics landscape and its revolutionary impact in cancer.
Physician-scientists at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center are pioneering new tools--3D organoids--for treating head and neck cancer.
Congratulations to HICCC members, Adam Bass, MD, and Robert Schwabe, MD, PhD, for their election to the Association of American Physicians.