Nov 03, 2021

Risk of Age-Related Diseases May Be Higher in Younger B-Cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors than in Their Older Counterparts

Younger B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (B-NHL) survivors had a higher relative risk of developing age-related diseases than older B-NHL survivors five years of more after cancer diagnosis, according to results published in Cancer, Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Nov 03, 2021

Insurance Approvals, Drug Costs, Coverage Questions...Our Medication Access Coordinators Can Help

By working with pharmacies and insurance companies, medication access coordinators help patients receive the best care for the lowest price. Huntsman Cancer Institute’s Shawn Newton describes his role and gives us an in-depth look at the role medication access coordinators play.

Nov 01, 2021

Oncology Nurse Becomes Cancer Caregiver to Her Own Mom

Cassidy Kotobalavu faced cancer on a daily basis while working as a nurse educator at HCI. In 2015, it hit home when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. The support she received from HCI staff allowed her to get a rare glimpse at the important roles played in one person’s cancer journey.

Oct 27, 2021

Tee It Up Foundation Raises $1 Million for Cancer Research at Huntsman Cancer Institute

Tee It Up Foundation has reached an incredible milestone—$1 million in funds raised for cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute. A longtime community partner of Huntsman Cancer Foundation, Tee It Up Foundation was established with the goal of “changing the outcome from hope to cure.”

Oct 27, 2021

Letter of Hope from Matt Covington, MD, from the Center for Quantitative Cancer Imaging

“We want to help individuals with cancer receive the best imaging possible,” says Matt Covington, MD. Dr. Covington is a radiologist at Huntsman Cancer Institute who specializes in cancer imaging. In this letter of hope, he explains why he is passionate about his research and how advances in cancer imaging can help patients today and in the future.

Oct 25, 2021

Talks with Docs: Phoebe Freer, Chief of Breast Imaging at HCI

Phoebe Freer, MD, chats about what happens in the breast imaging department at HCI, some common concerns from patients and how a traumatic car accident inspired her to become a doctor in the latest Talks with Docs.

Oct 22, 2021

Improve Your Sleep with Acupuncture

Many health issues are linked with poor sleep, from high blood pressure to a weakened immune system. Acupuncture can help. This therapeutic technique has been safely and effectively proven to get you a good night’s rest.

Oct 20, 2021

Will a Mammogram Work for Me? FAQs about Small Breasts, Dense Breasts, and Implants

If you have small breasts, dense breasts, or breasts with implants, you may wonder whether a mammogram will work for you. Huntsman Cancer Institute breast radiologist Phoebe Freer, MD, explains what you need to know about mammograms for these breast types.