October is breast cancer awareness month. Here are just a few of the many breast cancer research projects happening at Dartmouth Cancer Center today.
New Dartmouth Health breast surgeon offers cutting-edge cancer-tracing technology for first time in New Hampshire
Dartmouth Health patients in southern New Hampshire now have access to a fellowship-trained breast surgeon, affiliated with a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, in their area.
A new study finds that combining estrogen and PARP inhibitors shows promise in treating ER+ breast cancer.
Results of a recent clinical trial show that alternating estrogen and anti-estrogen therapies is effective in treating metastatic breast cancer
A new research study shows that breast-conserving surgery is a safe treatment option for some patients with multiple breast lesions.
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.
As one of the few fellowship-trained brachytherapists in the US, Shauna M. McVorran, MD, explains how this unique therapy benefits patients at Dartmouth Cancer Center.
The newest Prouty Pilot cancer research projects underway at Dartmouth Cancer Center
In this video, breast surgeon Richard J. Barth, Jr., MD, shows how and why the invention of the Breast Cancer Locator solves a common problem.
Dartmouth Cancer Center and American Cancer Society Research Day recognizes the impact of research funded by ACS.