Category: DCI in the News

Mar 17

March Newsmakers

Duke Researcher Urges Caution on President Trump’s Call for Less FDA Regulation (ABC 11) Features Steven Patierno, PhD Are some breast cancer patients getting too much radiation? (CBS News) Features E. Shelley Hwang, MD and Rachel Adams Greenup, MD Betting on the first disease to be treated by gene editing (CNBC) Features Charles Gersbach, PhD Waiting, …

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Feb 27

February Newsmakers

Changes in Research Conversations (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Newsletter) Valarie Worthy, MSN, RN Breast cancer awareness takes on Daytona: Teen ARCA driver Quin Houff promotes research efforts at Duke Cancer Center (Durham Herald Sun) Features Kimberly Blackwell, MD NASCAR Driver Visits Duke for Breast Cancer Awareness (WTVD 11 Eyewitness News) Features Kimberly Blackwell, MD Tackling …

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Jan 19

January Newsmakers

CDC urges boys, girls get HPV vaccine earlier (WRAL) Features Steven Patierno, PhD Developing New Strategies for Cancer Drug Delivery, in Denmark and at Duke (Pratt School of Engineering) Features David Needham Gasparetto Shares Treatment Considerations, Options in 2 Multiple Myeloma Cases (Targeted Oncology) Features Cristina Gasparetto, MD Novel Combinations, Sequencing Are the Next Steps In Advancing …

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Dec 12

December Newsmakers

Hope in a hoodie: Dr. Henry Friedman inspires cancer patients with his optimism The (Duke) Chronicle Features Henry Friedman, MD Common Breast Cancer Mutation Could Be Vulnerable to Drug Combination (Science Daily from Duke University School of Medicine/Duke Health release) Features Kris C. Wood, PhD and Grace Anderson Papillary Thyroid Cancer—Controversy in a Rapidly Increasing Public Health Threat (R& D …

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Nov 04

November 2016 Newsmakers

Why Patient-Centric Care Works (Psychology Today) Features Nelson Jen An Chao, M.D., MBA, and Krista Rowe-Nichols RN, MSN Three from Duke named to National Academy of Medicine (Durham Herald Sun) Features Allan D. Kirk, MD, PhD, and Donald P. McDonnell, PhD  WATCH: Dr. Blackwell on the Impact of the CLEOPATRA and MARIANNE Studies in HER2+ Breast Cancer …

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Oct 05

October 2016 Newsmakers

WATCH: Kimberly Blackwell, MD on the Treatment Landscape of HER2+ Breast Cancer at the State of the Science Summit (ONC Live) New Frontiers in Breast Cancer (TIME) Features Shelley Hwang, MD Stage 0 breast cancer: When should you wait and see? (Chicago Tribune) Features Shelley Hwang, MD Proactive Surgery Remains a Delicate Decision (Sarasota Herald …

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Sep 09

September Newsmakers

Cancer experts unveil wishlist for US government ‘moonshot’ (Nature) Features Francis Ali-Osman, DSc Gene test can reduce chemo use among breast-cancer patients, study says (Washington Post) Features Paul Kelly Marcom, MD Thyroid Tumor Stage and Lymph Node Count May Predict Occult Disease Risk (Reuters Health) Features Julie Ann Sosa, MD and Terry Hyslop, PhD Blood biomarkers in …

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Aug 29

Sneak Peek: DCI Research Highlighted in PBS Documentary “The Answer to Cancer May Be Walking Beside Us”

Humans and canines have a common enemy in cancer; one in three people and one in four dogs will develop the disease in their lifetimes. “As we seek to battle this fierce enemy, who better to turn to than our best friend,” say Colorado State University researchers. “Together, we’re in the fight of our lives, and …

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Aug 23

August Newsmakers

                        New center offers array of breast cancer care in one place (WRAL) Features Lisa Tolnitch, MD. Probability data could better direct lymph node removal for thyroid cancer (ScienceDaily) Features Julie Sosa, MD, and Terry Hyslop, PhD. Intervening Financial Toxicity: What we can do …

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Jul 18

July Newsmakers

DCI IN THE NEWS WATCH: Breast Cancer Disparities (WBTV Charlotte) Features Nadine Barrett, PhD World Leader in Cancer Research to Lecture at Westminster (Westminster College) Features Francis Ali-Osman, MD Cancer research with dogs could one day help humans (WBTV Charlotte) Features Michael B. Kastan, MD, PhD, and C30. Research gives promise to those whose cancer has …

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