Lari Wenzel, UC Irvine professor of medicine and public health, has received a $1.9 million from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to create and study the use of a new, personalized approach to shared treatment decision-making for newly diagnosed ovarian cancer patients.
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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.
Dr. Robert Bristow finds disparities in access to the top-quality care that boosts survival.
Artist treated at UC Irvine Medical Center plans to be among the 30 percent who beat the odds.
UCI’s gynecologic oncology group forges what is being called the largest breakthrough for treating ovarian cancer in more than a decade.
Orange, Calif., Feb. 20, 2014 — Women with advanced cervical cancer now have a new…
Oncologists at UC Irvine use Paro therapy robot to learn whether the cuddly mechanical creature lowers stress and improves outcome for cancer patients.
Oncologists at UC Irvine Medical Center study whether an interactive therapy robot can benefit women receiving chemotherapy.
Doctor whose dad was the AMA’s first black president is also a trailblazer – in gynecologic surgery.
Dr. Leonard Sender believes adolescents and young adults with cancer often receive the wrong treatment. Sender and a new journal support changes in cancer care may improve currently stagnant survival rates.