A patient perspective

A Hodgkin lymphoma patient shares his advice for supporting a loved one during cancer.

The Year in Review: Celebrating Our Achievements in 2016

The President of UF Health’s annual “year-in-review” column features the UF Health Cancer Center.

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Local fundraising benefits breast cancer research

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Drug trio shows effectiveness against deadly type of breast cancer in mouse model

March 21, 2017

A three-drug combination has almost completely suppressed the deadliest type of breast cancer during testing in mouse models, according to a group that includes a University of Florida Health...

UF-led council differs from feds over guidelines for routine prostate cancer screening

February 6, 2017

A University of Florida-led advisory council tasked by the state with developing guidelines for early detection of prostate cancer has released recommendations that differ from federal guidelines in...

UF researchers to study dignity therapy and palliative care for elderly patients

February 2, 2017

A University of Florida College of Nursing researcher and her team have received grant funding for a five-year study to evaluate whether dignity therapy led by a nurse or a chaplain for elderly...

UF Health Cancer Network earns national accreditation for quality care

January 30, 2017

The UF Health Cancer Network, comprising UF Health and the UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health, has received a three-year accreditation with commendation by the Commission on Cancer, a quality...

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Dr. Robert Houlihan named Associate Director for Administration

The UF Health Cancer Center is pleased to announce that Robert Houlihan, D.H.A., has been appointed the center's associate director for administration.

Janice Krieger Receives $3 M Grant for Research to Help Increase Colorectcal Cancer Screening

NIH grant will allow Dr. Krieger and her research team to test the efficacy of using virtual technology to increase colorectal cancer screening among rural and minority patients.

Cheers to the New Year!

UF Health Cancer Center faculty and staff gathered together in early Jan. to celebrate the new year.

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