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Leading physician and researcher, Lisa Kachnic, MD, will lead Columbia's department of radiation oncology.
Anil Rustgi, the new director of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, talks about new ideas in cancer research, the best patient care, and the importance of physician-scientists.
A clinical trial at Columbia and other centers found that patients responded to a new “smart drug” for women with an aggressive form of breast cancer.
- March 31, 2016
An experimental urine test that detects genetic changes associated with prostate cancer identified 92 percent of men with elevated PSA levels who had more aggressive disease.
- February 8, 2016
A Super Bowl ad has launched a new campaign at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital that showcases Columbia and Weill Cornell expertise in cancer, particularly immunotherapy.
- January 28, 2016
A comprehensive analysis of the molecular characteristics of gliomas—the most common malignant brain tumor—explains why some patients diagnosed with slow-growing (low-grade) tumors quickly succumb to the disease while others with more aggressive (high-grade) tumors survive for many years.
- January 27, 2016
NewYork-Presbyterian, Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine are among the nation’s top cancer centers calling for increased human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination for the prevention of cancer.
- January 20, 2016
Researchers have identified a biomarker that predicts which stage II colon cancer patients may benefit from adjuvant chemotherapy to prevent a disease recurrence.
- January 19, 2016
A new targeted therapy for hard-to-treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia appears to have fewer side effects than a previous therapy.
- October 29, 2015
Columbia researchers Andrea Califano and Jean Gautier have received prestigious NCI awards that support and encourage leaders in cancer research.
- October 28, 2015
Columbia has one of six new sites launched by the NIH's Breast Cancer and Environment Research Program for prevention and research across the lifespan.
- October 21, 2015
According to a recent study, a microsurgical approach is found to be a safe and effective technique to prevent breast cancer-related lymphedema.