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News

2014

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NOV 20UC Irvine, Italian researchers create first inhibitor for an enzyme linked to melanoma, lung and prostate cancers.
NOV 12UC Irvine School of Medicine epidemiology and hematology researchers receive NIH award to study hemochromatosis.
NOV 10Renowned leukemia expert Dr. Susan O'Brien to join the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center as associate director of clinical science.
OCT 09Ovarian cancer is so complex that patients need an expert in surgery and chemotherapy, UC Irvine gynecologic oncologist Dr. Leslie Randall says.
AUG 14The FDA approves bevacizumab to treat persistent, recurrent or metastatic cervical cancer, based on clinical trial led by UC Irvine Health gynecologic oncologist Dr. Krishnansu Tewari.
MAY 08UC Irvine Health 2014 "Healers & Heroes" gala attracts record $1.6 million in support for cancer research and patient care, including $530,000 for a breast cancer treatment device.
APR 08Targeted drug therapy is the future of cancer treatment, UC Irvine cancer center director Dr. Richard Van Etten tells the OC Register.
MAR 25Bravo: Cutting their locks for cancer research
MAR 13UC Irvine researcher David Fruman discusses a new drug that shows promise in treating chronic leukemia and lymphoma in the New England Journal of Medicine.
MAR 12An experimental drug may help people with treatment-resistant leukemia and lymphoma without traditional chemotherapy, a UC Irvine study shows.
MAR 11Please read about the new technology that UC Irvine Health is currently implementing to provide forward-thinking big data strategies, that represent the future of healthcare
MAR 10Philanthropist says $5-million gift is intended to give more Orange County people with advanced-stage or treatment-resistant cancer access to early-phase clinical trials.
FEB 27UC Irvine Health hematology-oncology team again earns high-quality care recognition; Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center among nation's first to be re-certified.
FEB 25Compound in kava root shows promise in preventing bladder cancer, UC Irvine researcher Dr. Xaolin Zi finds.
FEB 20Sue and Ralph Stern give $5 million to UC Irvine Health to enhance cancer research at the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.
FEB 20Bevacizumab prolongs survival in advanced cervical cancer, a trial led by UC Irvine's Dr. Krishnansu Tewari shows.
JAN 30Peter Donovan and Marian Waterman awarded new CIRM grant
JAN 15"New Innovation in the AYA Cancer Movement": Part 3 of Huffington Post's talk with Dr. Leonard Sender, medical director of the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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