• Home Sweet Home: A Physician's Return to Tucson

    A spotlight on Julie Bauman, MD, MPH, division chief of hematology and oncology: “The privilege of being an oncologist is being a true partner in my patient’s journey.”

  • UA Cancer Center Receives $2 Million to Investigate Selenium Supplementation

    The grant will continue UA researchers’ investigation of the benefits and harms of selenium supplementation, which could clarify conflicting information about colorectal cancer and diabetes risk in certain populations.

  • NCI Grant Will Support UA Cancer Center Researchers Investigating Lung Cancer Stigma

    Lung cancer patients are more likely to experience depression, lower quality of life and reduced engagement in care. A UA Cancer Center team will test the effectiveness of a contextual cognitive-behavioral treatment in promoting coping tools to lung cancer patients.

Home Sweet Home: A Physician's Return to Tucson

A spotlight on Julie Bauman, MD, MPH, division chief of hematology and oncology: “The privilege of being an oncologist is being a true partner in my patient’s journey.”

UA Cancer Center Receives $2 Million to Investigate Selenium Supplementation

The grant will continue UA researchers’ investigation of the benefits and harms of selenium supplementation, which could clarify conflicting information about colorectal cancer and diabetes risk in certain populations.

NCI Grant Will Support UA Cancer Center Researchers Investigating Lung Cancer Stigma

Lung cancer patients are more likely to experience depression, lower quality of life and reduced engagement in care. A UA Cancer Center team will test the effectiveness of a contextual cognitive-behavioral treatment in promoting coping tools to lung cancer patients.

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A spotlight on Julie Bauman, MD, MPH, division chief of hematology and oncology: "The privilege of being an oncologist is being a true partner in my patient’s journey.”

The grant will continue UA researchers’ investigation of the benefits and harms of selenium supplementation, which could clarify conflicting information about colorectal cancer and diabetes risk in certain populations.

Lung cancer patients are more likely to experience depression, lower quality of life and reduced engagement in care. A UA Cancer Center team will test the effectiveness of a contextual cognitive-behavioral treatment in promoting coping tools to lung cancer patients.