For Micean Johnikin, MD, a 38-year-old pediatric cardiologist in Lexington,Kentucky, Christmas 2015 wasn't filled with tidings of comfort and joy.
For Beth Underhill, 47, fitness is life. It's also what helped keep her goingduring treatment for cancer.
For the second year, two $50,000 UC Cancer Institute Cancer Survivorship pilotresearch grants were awarded to College of Medicine faculty members.
To foster collaboration among researchers and physicians with the goal ofimproving cancer outcomes, the Cancer Biology and Hematology Oncology JointRetreat was held Nov. 14.
"A Night in Pink and Teal: A Resource Fair for Breast and Gynecologic CancerPatients" will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 29, in the Center forWomen's Cancer.
As a way to foster research impacting patient care, two Clinical Research PilotGrants were recently awarded to physician scientists within the UC CancerInstitute.
The UC Cancer and Neuroscience Institutes are holding a free seminar Saturday,Sept. 12, to educate on the effect of cancer therapy on memory loss andcritical thinking.
The UC Cancer Institute welcomed medical students from Saudi Arabia this summeras part of a newly formed international program.