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Examining factors that may impact ovarian cancer survival disparities

Examining factors that may impact ovarian cancer survival disparities

From the Harris Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - June 20, 2022
Genital powder use and epithelial ovarian cancer

Genital powder use and epithelial ovarian cancer

From the Harris Group, Division of Public Health Sciences
Science Spotlight - August 16, 2021
Scientists show thin metal mesh loaded with T cells shrinks solid tumors

Scientists show thin metal mesh loaded with T cells shrinks solid tumors

Within weeks, CAR T cells targeting ovarian cancer cleared tumors in 70% of treated mice, shows study in Nature Biomedical Engineering. (Note: Images available for media use.)
News Releases - December 09, 2019
Jenny Hansen: Two-time survivor, first-time Obliterider

Jenny Hansen: Two-time survivor, first-time Obliterider

‘I am so thankful there are people out there who aren’t afraid of cancer, who pursue it’
Hutch News - July 17, 2019
Dr. Holly Harris receives 2 grants to research endometriosis

Dr. Holly Harris receives 2 grants to research endometriosis

Hutch public health researcher receives nearly $1.5 million to study endometriosis pain as well as the condition's connection to ovarian cancer
Hutch News - March 21, 2019
Dr. Kristin Anderson receives research grant from Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance

Dr. Kristin Anderson receives research grant from Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance

Anderson will use funds to expand research in boosting anti-tumor immune responses
Hutch News - January 14, 2019
When worry drives behavior

When worry drives behavior

From M. Robyn Andersen, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - December 17, 2018
Last Modified, April 02, 2020