UC Irvine’s Dr. Robert Bristow finds that African American women and poor women with ovarian cancer have lower survival rates and receive lower standard of care.
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Dr. Randall Holcombe, chief of UCI’s Division of Hematology/Oncology, has a commitment to healing that has earned a high-quality designation, the first in the state.
Handheld laser scanner developed at UCI improves detection, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
Community and business leaders attending the UC Irvine Health gala, “Healers & Heroes,” on April 26 proved to be the evening’s heroes, donating more than $530,000 in only 15 minutes for an intraoperative radiation therapy device that has the potential to dramatically reduce breast cancer treatment and recovery times for many patients.
UC Irvine’s Dr. Michael J. Stamos says the nation’s second-leading cause of cancer death is preventable, treatable and curable.
Alarmed by an ovarian mass, a soccer mom seeks a speedy resolution at UC Irvine Medical Center.
Practice is first one in state certified by American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Increasingly, cancer patients supplement traditional treatments with alternative therapies such as herbs, diet and acupuncture. Unconventional approaches to prevention have gained in popularity, too. But do they work?
Clinical effort aims to personalize treatment, improve care and outcomes