4 Things Your Ob Gyn Wants You to Know About Cervical Cancer
Weve come a long way, ladies. It used to be that cervical cancer was the No. 1 cause of cancer death for women. Not anymoreall thanks to regular screenings (make yours part of a comprehensive half-day University of Utah Health Care clinic). Heres what you need to know to keep the trend going.
Gov. Gary Herbert reveals 13.3B budget for next year on KSL News
Gov. Gary Herbert was mostly upbeat Wednesday as he highlighted his $13.3 billion budget proposal that includes $261 million in new money for education and $36 million to expand the state prison at Gunnison.
Giving Tuesday follows Black Friday, Cyber Monday on FOX News
You survived black Friday, surfed all the deals on Cyber Monday, and just when you thought it was over there's another day meant to kick-start the season of giving - "Giving Tuesday."
Current colon cancer screening guidelines may fail to catch 10 percent of colon cancers
For people with a family history of adenomas (colon polyps that lead to colon cancer), up to 10 percent of colorectal cancers could be missed when current national screening guidelines are followed. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States and the second deadliest.
Utahns team up with NFL players to fight hunger cancer FOX 13
A pair of neighborhoods that were once bitter gang rivals have established a Thanksgiving tradition, and Thursday players from Glendale and Rose Park suited up for their annual football game.
Cancer survivor counts getting hit by car as blessing
"Is my bike ok"? Yes, those really were the first words out of my mouth. Seconds before I had been riding my bike from Layton to Logan to join my family for the 4th of July fireworks at USU.
Utah study Unnecessary Pap tests still common
Millions of American women, including those who have had hysterectomies, continue to be unnecessarily screened for cervical cancer, says a University of Utah researcher.
Presentation of Vicals AlloVectin phase 3 results scheduled at Society for Melanoma Research meeting
Vical Incorporated (Nasdaq:VICL) today announced that Robert H.I. Andtbacka, M.D., C.M., will present detailed results from the completed Phase 3 trial of Allovectin® (velimogene aliplasmid) at 4:45 p.m. EST today, November 18, at the 10th International Meeting of the Society for Melanoma Research (Philadelphia, PA - November 17-20). Dr. Andtbacka, a surgeon and investigator with the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah School of Medicine, was a principal investigator of the Phase 3 trial.
Huntsman Cancer Institute receives very unique donation from USU Business Council on Friday
The Business Council of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business made a donation on Friday to the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, sending letters of encouragement, sleeping masks and origami flowers.
Promiscuous Mouse Moms Bear Sexier Sons on Health Canal
University of Utah biologists found that when mother mice compete socially for mates in a promiscuous environment, their sons play hard and die young: They attract more females by making more urinary pheromones, but smelling sexier shortens their lives.
How To Detect Liver Cancer with Dr. Robin Kim
We hear a lot about breast, lung and colon cancer, but cancer of the liver is one of the few on the rise in the United States partly because it's so tricky to detect. Robin Kim, MD joins the KUTV crew to talk about liver cancer warning signs.
Acupuncture Can Help Cancer Symptoms
Annie Budhathoki is featured on KUTV to give a look into the world of acupuncture.
Dr. Oz Tours CeCe
Mehmet Oz, from the Dr. Oz Show, toured HCI's inflatable colon display with FOX 13 to talk about colon cancer prevention.
Things You Can Do For A Loved One Who Has Been Diagnosed With Cancer
Lori Maness, HCI outreach coordinator, appeared on Good Things Utah to talk about what someone can do for a loved one who has been recently diagnosed with cancer.
Robins Return and the Huntsman Cancer Institute on ABC 4 News
Part of the Robin's Return series, Dr. Michael Deininger from Huntsman Cancer Institute explains what MDS is and how to treat it.
Robins return the fight to survive and thrive on ABC 4 News
Part of the Robin's Return series: The fight to survive and thrive on ABC 4 News features an HCI patient.
Doctors Do Not Want To Be Resuscitated on KUTV News
Anna Beck spoke to KUTV News about what her preference would be for end of life.
Toothache Leads To Rare Deadly Form Of Skin Cancer - KUTV
An HCI patient with melanoma in his mouth talked about his diagnosis.
Cancer Patient Has Unique Way of Spreading Happiness on KSL
An HCI patient copes with his cancer diagnosis through humor, spreading joy to other survivors in the process.
News Cancer Treatment KSL
HCI's Ryan O'Hara, MD, spoke to KSL about microscopic spheres that directly target a tumor.
Facial Prosthetics on KUTV News
Paul Tanner, HCI's facial prosthetics artist, was featured on KUTV News.
Cancer Awareness Expo on KUTV
Donna Branson, from HCI's Cancer Learning Center, spoke to KUTV about the 2012 Cancer Awareness Expo.
Cancer Prevention And Early Detection
Donna Branson, from HCI's Cancer Learning Center, talked to KUTV about cancer warning signs and screenings.
Breast Cancer Awareness on Fox13
Anna Beck, HCI oncologist, appeared on Good Day Utah to talk about breast cancer awareness.
Breast Cancer Research on KUTV
Lisa Cannon-Albright spoke to KUTV about her history with breast cancer and warning signs.
Breast Cancer Awareness on ABC4
HCI's Anna Beck, MD, spoke to ABC4 about breast cancer warning signs and risk.
Huntsman Cancer Apartments on KUTV
Pay It Forward on KUTV News featured the work of Adrienne Wilson with the Huntsman Cancer Apartments.
Cancer Awareness Expo on KUED
HCI's Lori Maness appeared on KUED Contact to speak about the 2012 Cancer Awareness Expo.