Mar 12, 2020

COVID-19 and Cancer Patients

COVID-19 is a new type of virus that can cause mild and severe infections in the lungs. Like other viruses, it can lead to serious infections for people with weakened immune systems. Some people with cancer might have a higher risk of getting COVID-19 or having a serious infection from it.

Mar 09, 2020

Talks with Docs: Don Ayer, PhD

Don Ayer, PhD, believes the best scientists are the ones who are most creative and can think outside the box. Join the conversation in this clip with Dr. Ayer about diversity in the cancer research workforce and why representation matters.

Mar 06, 2020

What You Need to Know about Lymphedema

The lymph system moves fluid throughout the body. Lymphedema can happen if lymph vessels are damaged or if lymph nodes were removed during surgery. It can also be a side effect of radiation treatment. For example, after removal of lymph nodes in the armpit or radiation to the lymph nodes in the armpit, swelling due to lymphedema may happen in that arm.

Mar 04, 2020

Talks with Docs: Kirstyn Brownson, MD

In this episode of Talks with Docs, Kirstyn Brownson, MD, tells us how she went from ballerina to surgeon after a life-changing injury. Dr. Brownson also speaks with us about her affinity for writing and how women with cancer have improved their experiences by engaging with their health care team.

Mar 04, 2020

Paving the Way for Indigenous Scholars

The PathMaker Program definitely had a significant impact on my career path. It was what opened the door to the research world and provided me with the support I needed even after completing the program. I learned that even though my internship ended, the relationships and contacts I gained in the program did not. PathMaker has helped me in every step of my career, and I will be forever grateful.

Mar 04, 2020

Talks with Docs: John Ward, MD

John Ward, MD, has been a part of Huntsman Cancer Institute since its doors first opened. He now serves as Interim Senior Director of Clinical Affairs and the Interim Physician in Chief. Dr. Ward is honored to be associated with people who face cancer in their lives and tells us what he's learned from his patients after his 25 years at Huntsman Cancer Institute.

Mar 03, 2020

More Than a Day of Pink on the Slopes

Pink Park City is a day dedicated to conquering more than just the slopes. It’s about supporting cutting-edge cancer research. There’s nothing quite like the exhilaration of reaching a peak of fresh snow, skis or snowboard at the ready, your colorful costume reflecting off the snow beneath and a motivation to raise money for cancer research.

Mar 02, 2020

Raising Awareness while Honoring My Father's Memory

Taryn Palmer lost her father to stage IV colorectal cancer. As she and her family tried to find some way to reconcile their grief with celebrating his life, Taryn discovered Dress in Blue Day, a way to increase awareness about colon cancer risk and encourage early screening. Dress in Blue Day has meant so much to her and her family as they honor their father and fight back against this devastating disease.