Nov 23, 2021

Researchers Uncover Insights into How Moles Change into Melanoma

Melanoma researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute published a study that gives a new explanation of what causes moles to change into melanoma. These findings pave the way for more research into how to reduce the risk of melanoma, delay development, and detect melanoma early.

Nov 17, 2021

A Glass-Half-Full Approach to Lung Cancer in the McMahon Lab

Martin McMahon, PhD, and his research group study the genetic mutations that contribute to lung cancer. About 30% of lung cancers can now be treated based on the disease’s specific genetics. McMahon is hopeful that each subset of lung cancer will soon have its own precision treatment.

Nov 08, 2021

Talks With Docs: Trudy Oliver, Lung Cancer Researcher

Trudy Oliver, PhD, discusses her decision to become a cancer researcher at Huntsman Cancer Institute, why researching lung cancer in so challenging and what the future holds in terms of treatments in the latest Talks with Docs.

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.

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 18, 2021

How the Breast Cancer Family Registry Is Making an Impact on Future Generations

The Breast Cancer Family Registry provides people with a glimpse into their medical past and future. Through testing, doctors can discover if a person carries a BRCA gene mutation, which increases the risk of breast cancer. Learn about the impact the registry has had on two people, Elise Grant and Chrissy Walker.

Oct 13, 2021

Huntsman Cancer Institute Researcher Receives Grant to Study Pediatric Proton Therapy

Huntsman Cancer Institute physician and researcher Matthew Poppe, MD, received a National Cancer Institute grant to study side effects of different types of radiation—proton therapy and traditional radiation therapy—in the treatment of pediatric patients.