NCCC has joined 69 other top cancer centers in issuing a statement urging for increased HPV vaccination for the prevention of cancer.
Computational Analysis Shows Immune Response to Breast Cancer
January 21st, 2016
A study by researchers at Norris Cotton Cancer Center has shown that a very sensitive computational method can be used to reveal the human immune systems effect on cancer.
Plant Virus Sparks Immune Response to Cancer
December 22nd, 2015
Mice tumor free and protected from metastatses after treatment.
Families Frequent Fast Food Chains When Kids Are Targeted by Ads
November 3rd, 2015
Researchers from Dartmouth/Norris Cotton Cancer Center found that a link between ads for kids' fast-food meals and the frequency with which families eat at fast-food restaurants.
Vitamin D, Calcium Intake Does Not Reduce Colorectal Polyps
October 15th, 2015
A large, randomized study at 11 U.S. hospitals including Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center found that vitamin D and calcium supplements fail to protect against developing colorectal cancer.
Higher Volume Mammography Facilities Better for Screening
October 7th, 2015
Women who visit mammography facilities with higher total interpretive volumes are more likely to benefit from screening.
Dartmouth Studies Shift in Assessing HER2 Status in Breast Cancer
September 15th, 2015
Accurately determining HER2 status in patients with breast cancer is a critical prognostic and predictive factor and identifies patients who may benefit from treatment with anti-HER2 therapies.
Variation in Expression of Imprinted Genes Explain Newborn Health
September 3rd, 2015
In the first and largest studies to examine subtle variation of imprinted gene expression and control, investigators report on a subgroup of imprinted genes expressed in the placenta.
Cancer Center Ranked High Performing by "US News & World Report"
August 27th, 2015
Dartmouth's Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC) is the only cancer center in northern New England to be ranked as "high performing" by US News and World Report.
Some Gene Chromosomes More Risk Associated with Disease
August 25th, 2015
A pair of genes located on a specific chromosome can be more frequently risk-associated with disease than protective.