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Kari M. Rosenkranz, MD Cancer Research Highlight

Patients with multiple breast tumors have safe new options

A new research study shows that breast-conserving surgery is a safe treatment option for some patients with multiple breast lesions.

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Upcoming Dartmouth Health “Connect with the CEO” to discuss clinical trials at Dartmouth Cancer Center

Drs. Conroy and Dragnev will discuss clinical trials at Dartmouth Cancer Center, how patients can benefit from clinical trials, and the importance of having a NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in New Hampshire.

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Dartmouth Health partners with Manchester Fire Department, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to provide life-saving cancer screenings for firefighters

The goal of this partnership is to encourage other fire departments in New Hampshire to follow the model in Manchester, and eventually spur requirements for cancer screenings for firefighters at the state level.

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Miriam Dowling-Schmitt

Supporting spirit in oncology nursing

A new approach to nursing care is building a support structure of confidence and comradery among nurses at Dartmouth Cancer Center

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Calcium and cancer: Is there a connection?

Oncology dietitian Dianne Kelecy, MS, RD, LD, shares insight about the connection between calcium and cancer.

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Barbara and Dick Couch

Dartmouth Health receives multi-million dollar gift to support inclusive excellence

$5 Million commitment from Barbara and Dick Couch and the Byrne Family Cancer Research Institute

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Dartmouth Cancer Center partners with Ride Hard Breathe Easy in support of lung cancer patients and caregivers

A partnership born out of a shared commitment to support patients and caregivers affected by lung cancer, Ride Hard Breath Easy’s inaugural gift, will assist lung cancer patients and their families.

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Lynn Butterly, MD

How colorectal cancer can be preventable

Colorectal cancer is a preventable disease, but is still the second most common cause of cancer deaths in the United States.

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Where do Prouty donations go? Spring 2023

The newest Prouty Pilot cancer research projects underway at Dartmouth Cancer Center

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Linda Vahdat, MD, MBA

Q&A with Linda T. Vahdat, MD, MBA: Advancing the patient experience through research

Patients don’t need to travel to Boston or New York for life-changing clinical trials. Linda T. Vahdat, MD, MBA, outlines how she's helping transform research and patient care as Deputy Director of Dartmouth Cancer Center.

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