Prouty fundraiser participants

Where do Prouty donations go? 2023 Part 2

Even more cancer research "Pilot Projects" are off the ground thanks to Prouty fundraising.

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immune cells shape our body's true age

How immune cells shape our body's true age

New research reveals the secret to slowing down the aging process is intricately tied to a balance in your immune system.

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Kari Rosenkranz, MD

Breast cancer research at Dartmouth Cancer Center

October is breast cancer awareness month. Here are just a few of the many breast cancer research projects happening at Dartmouth Cancer Center today.

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POWERED students with Associate Director for DEIB, Frederick Lansigan, MD

Powering towards inclusive excellence

Creative new initiatives are how Dartmouth Cancer Center is embracing inclusivity.

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Cancer Innovation forum

Funding the gas pedal of innovation

The Dartmouth Innovations Accelerator for Cancer drives advancements in cancer therapy.

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Fred Kolling lab

High schoolers pulling back the curtain of cancer research

Students from Rivendell Academy get up close to the engine of cancer discovery

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Todd W. Miller, PhD

New treatment possibility for ER+ breast cancer is headed toward clinical trials

A new study finds that combining estrogen and PARP inhibitors shows promise in treating ER+ breast cancer.

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Clinical researchers

Video: Clinical trials perspectives

Patients, physicians, and scientists share their thoughts about clinical trials at Dartmouth Cancer Center.

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Todd Miller & Gary Schwartz

A promising new strategy to treat metastatic breast cancer

Results of a recent clinical trial show that alternating estrogen and anti-estrogen therapies is effective in treating metastatic breast cancer

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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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