Surgeons and radiologists with Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center are now using a less-invasive tool to localize breast cancers and other abnormalities that may be too small to feel.
The UI Department of Radiation Oncology this month began using a just-approved radiation therapy device that combines state-of-the-art imaging and radiation targeting. Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center is only the third center in the country offering this technology.
The spacious new Stem Cell Transplant and Cellular Therapies Unit was designed with help from patients to make comfort and convenience a top priority,
Holden researchers receive NCI grant to improve smoking cessation interventions for current cancer patients.
Sarcoma patients treated at high-volume medical centers may have higher survival rates than those treated at low-volume centers.
Holden is now certified to offer CAR T-cell therapy, a newly approved treatment that uses a patient’s own white blood cells to detect and kill cancer cells.
Cancer researchers at two Iowa universities are collaborating on research to address cancer similarities in humans and their companion animals.
While the overall number of new cancer cases in Iowa remains mostly unchanged, the number of cancers related to the human papillomavirus (HPV) is on the rise.