Sep 17, 2021

Why I Participate in Employee Giving

HCI’s Ashlee Harrison deals with cancer every day. Here, she shares personal and professional experiences to explain why giving back holds such importance for her.

Sep 15, 2021

Uterine Cancer Risk Factors, Screening, and Treatment

Huntsman Cancer Institute’s Gynecologic Cancers Program provides comprehensive, compassionate, state-of-the-art care for cancers of the female reproductive organs. Our experts treat and diagnose all types of these cancers and conditions.

Sep 14, 2021

Trainee Receives National Cancer Institute Award

Huntsman Cancer Institute predoctoral fellow Prasoona Karra, MS, was selected to receive the National Cancer Institute Predoctoral Fellow Transition Award to support her in her late stages of PhD training through transition to postdoctoral position. It will provide up to six years of funding to support Karra’s research.

Sep 13, 2021

Pediatric Proton Therapy: What to Expect

If your child needs proton therapy to treat cancer, you may wonder what that means. Learn what proton therapy is and what to expect as your child goes through pediatric proton therapy treatment.

Sep 10, 2021

2021 PathMaker Programs for Cancer Research

This summer, Huntsman Cancer Institute welcomed back its PathMaker Programs for Cancer Research. Sixteen students and four secondary school science teachers learned valuable lessons while sharing amazing experiences together.

Sep 09, 2021

Patient Experience Scores

HCI prides itself on putting patients first and the data supports it. From information collected via patient surveys, the HCI care experience is rated as one of the best in the nation.

Sep 08, 2021

Lab Finding May Broaden Understanding of How Some Cancers Begin

New research done by the Ullman and Sundquist Labs examines the important role of a quality control process—called an abscission checkpoint— in allowing cells to divide and replicate. Their findings may lead to better understanding of how cancers begin and become more aggressive.

Sep 06, 2021

What is Chemo Brain?

Chemo brain affects many cancer patients. Feeling like you’re living in a fog is natural, but this haziness can impact your life. Here are some ways to help you focus and feel more organized while your brain adjusts during, and after, cancer treatment.