Apr 02, 2021

Testicular Cancer and Fertility

When a man is diagnosed with testicular cancer, providers work quickly to begin treatment. In this fast process, one big concern can move down the list of priorities: fertility, or the ability to have biological children. Learn about the effects cancer and its treatments have on fertility and how you can preserve your ability to have children.

Mar 30, 2021

Letter of Hope from the Multiple Myeloma Program

Though there is currently no cure for multiple myeloma, it is a very treatable disease. The Huntsman Cancer Institute Multiple Myeloma Program and other myeloma research communities continue to press forward in search of a cure. New treatments in the past 15 years have improved survival statistics for patients diagnosed with multiple myeloma, and clinical trials are researching promising therapies.

Mar 29, 2021

Huntsman Cancer Institute Expert Speaks at Town Hall on Colorectal Cancer in the Black Community

PBS Utah conducted a town hall discussing colorectal cancer in the Black community. Huntsman Cancer Institute researcher Charles R. Rogers, PhD, MPH, MS, was one of two experts featured at the event. The town hall discussed national trends of colorectal cancer diagnoses occurring in younger people, particularly in the Black community. Experts talked about symptoms of colorectal cancer and urged patients to advocate for themselves.

Mar 26, 2021

This Lung Cancer Survivor Fundraises to Give Others Hope

“I can’t tell you how intimidating it is to walk into the doctor’s office and they say those three words—‘You have cancer,’” says Pat Wasilewski. Pat found a path forward through stage IV lung cancer with the many treatment options available to him. Now he raises funds for cancer research through events like Pink Park City to give others the same hope.

Mar 25, 2021

The Lucky One - A Social Worker's Story

When I have the opportunity to share that I’m a social worker at the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), I often receive admiration. Sometimes, though, people will reply, “I don’t think I could work there,” or “I don’t know how you do that.” I find those responses curious—as does every social worker I’m privileged to work alongside. Because we feel we are the lucky ones.

Mar 24, 2021

Recorrido por la exhibición de cáncer de colon con expertos del Huntsman Cancer Institute

Haga un recorrido por el gigante colón inflable de Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) para aprender sobre el cáncer colorrectal. Los expertos de HCI muestran cómo se ve un colon sano, cómo comienza el cáncer colorrectal, y otras enfermedades. Explican cómo se puede prevenir el cáncer colorrectal a través de hábitos saludables y exámenes de detección regulares.

Mar 24, 2021

Tour of Colon Cancer Exhibit with Huntsman Cancer Institute Experts

Take a tour through Huntsman Cancer Institute’s giant inflatable colon to learn about colorectal cancer. HCI experts show what a healthy colon looks like and how colorectal cancer and other diseases begin. They explain how you can prevent colorectal cancer through healthy lifestyle habits and regular screening.

Mar 24, 2021

Sticking with the Positive through Multiple Myeloma

When Doug Stewart received an MRI after hurting his neck in a biking accident, the images revealed tumors wrapped around his spine. Doug was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. While recovering from his neck injury, he began cancer treatment. Throughout it all, Doug found a way to stay positive and hopeful. Now he has a full life, doing the things he loves and helping others.