An expert in mass spectrometry and proteomics, Scott A. Gerber, PhD, is the first to hold this newly established professorship given by Kenneth Weg Dartmouth ’60 and his wife, Carol Weg.
Early detection of signs and symptoms of different types of gynecologic cancer affords the greatest chance for a cure.
Advancements in ovarian cancer research offers new understanding about this disease, and new treatments.
A new program will create dedicated time to assist Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health clinicians in researching causes of and cures for cancer.
Dartmouth researchers are leading the way on cutting-edge computer technologies that could provide clinicians with great new tools for cancer screening, diagnosis, prognosis and more.
Stroke and resuscitation teams honored by American Heart Association.
The $3.3 million raised will support cancer research and patient and family supportive services.
Four strangers form a bond while caring for spouses with cancer, and form a tighter bond caring for each other during the grief of loss.
Studies on post-weight-loss surgery diets, access to health insurance and a particular vitamin’s valuable action in cancer treatment are underway thanks to research funds raised at the 36th Prouty.
The new 90,000 square-foot Ambulatory Surgery Center will include state-of-the art operating rooms, including ones dedicated for pediatric patients.