Dartmouth team focuses on coming up with a practical solution that both preserves the surgical practice of inking the margins of breast cancer tumors, and allows quality imaging post-inking.
Dartmouth's delegation is sharing their cancer findings in areas as diverse as immunology, ovarian cancer, and glioblastoma, in a variety of formats during the course of the AACR's Annual Meeting.
The results of a new study, recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine and conducted at D-H show that lung cancer screening using CT scans can be cost-effective as well as life-saving.
Alcohol advertising on television is associated with drinking behavior in youth according to a study by researchers at NCCC and CHaD.
Innovative research led by Jack Hoopes, DVM, PhD, shows promise for cancer patients of all kinds.
D-H radiologist Dr. Bill Black is the lead author of a new study, in the New England Journal of Medicine, showing the potential for lung cancer screening to be done in a cost-effective manner.