chemotherapy

July 22, 2019

Long survival is “not common, but it’s not an absolute rarity anymore,” said a UW Medicine specialist in the disease.

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December 8, 2017

A UW Medicine breast cancer expert discusses a recent prominent study indicating that the most common breast cancer is more insidious than previously understood.

How a key protein in cancer cells changes its shape, function and interactions with other proteins when exposed to different concentrations of cancer drugs is the topic of a University of Washington study published this week.

It was a question to ponder: Have you ever experienced anything like the moment you learned you had prostate cancer? 

University of Washington Medical Center will be one of IBM Watson Health’s clinical collaborators in applying Watson to accelerate patient DNA analysis and to personalize treatment options for cancer patients. 

Cells dying as the result of radiation exposure or chemotherapy can send a warning to nearby stem cells.

A Connecticut court's decision to force a 17-year-old girl to undergo potentially life-saving chemotherapy is rational and in line with community standards, said a University of Washington professor of pediatric medicine.

Qingcheng Mao and Jashvant Unadkat, faculty members of the School of Pharmacy, recently learned that a 2005 article they published in the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Journal is one of the 10 most-cited artic

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