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Underhill's Uphill Battle: Overcoming Endometrial Cancer

Underhill's Uphill Battle: Overcoming Endometrial Cancer For Beth Underhill, 47, fitness is life. It's also what helped keep her goingduring treatment for cancer.


DHA Supplement Being Studied to Reduce Preterm Births

Valentine and her colleagues will oversee a new multicenter National Institutesof Health study to determine whether an over the counter fatty acid supplement,called DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid), can assist withreducing early preterm births.


Lymphoma Survivor Uses Oncofertility Service, Parents Twins

A new father to 11-month-old twins, Adam Crosby, 31, says his favorite thingabout fatherhood is the look on his daughters' faces when he comes home from along day.


Charting a Course: Preparing for Reconstruction Surgery, Clinical Trial Use

In the final portion of the four-part series, read how Anne Rider, 31-year-old,overcame breast cancer with help from her multidisciplinary team at the UCCancer Institute.


Resource Fair Oct. 29 Provides Info on Services Available to Patients

"A Night in Pink and Teal: A Resource Fair for Breast and Gynecologic CancerPatients" will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 29, in the Center forWomen's Cancer.


Charting a Course: Breast Cancer Team Helps 31yo Navigate Through Disease

In the first of a four-part series, read how Anne Rider, 31-year-old, overcamebreast cancer with help from her multidisciplinary team at the UC CancerInstitute.


Cancer Physician Scientists Awarded Pilot Grants to Impact Clinical Care

As a way to foster research impacting patient care, two Clinical Research PilotGrants were recently awarded to physician scientists within the UC CancerInstitute.


Cancer Institute Experts Offer MRI-Guided Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer

University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute physicians are now performingMRI-guided brachytherapy for cervical cancer, helping to better image anddeliver targeted therapies.


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