Columnist Nicole Brodeur chronicles the Hutchinson Center visit of Joanne Wilkie, a marrow donor from Scotland, and marrow recipient Ryan Kilbury, who met for the first time recently.The column quotes Dr. Hootie Warren, Kilbury's physician, and Dr, Larry Corey, Center president and director
Segment includes comments by Dr. Corey Casper, an associate member of the Hutchinson Center’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division and co-director of the UCI/Hutchinson Center Cancer Alliance. (Please note: the YouTube headline, “Breast Cancer Awareness Month Begins,” is incorrect and does not relate to the story.)
Oregon Public Broadcasting's Think Out Loud, Sept. 20, 2011
Interview with Center President and Director Dr. Larry Corey about the burden of noncommunicable diseases, such as cancer and heart disease, in resource-poor countries. Corey also discusses the Center's cancer research, treatment and education efforts in Uganda.
Segment about how University of Pennsylvania researchers succeeded in genetically modifying immune cells in three leukemia patients to target and destroy their cancer. The segment mentioned the Hutchinson Center.
Quotes Dr. Marc Chamberlain (SCCA) about his research that found a married woman diagnosed with a serious disease is six times more likely to be divorced or separated than a man with a similar diagnosis
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