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August 29, 2023Clinical clue leads to design of promising new solution for chemo-resistant leukemia
A genetic variant associated with better outcomes for leukemia patients suggests a new drug candidate.
July 21, 2023‘Junk DNA’ offers clue to stopping cancer drug’s vascular damage
A team led by UIC’s Sang-Ging Ong uncovered the reason why sunitinib damages blood vessels.
July 20, 2023Role of key metabolic enzyme in liver fibrosis defined by UIC scientists
A team led by Nissim Hay identified a pathway that triggers the organ’s responsible to injury and illness.
October 25, 2022New enzyme inhibitor shows promise for treating cancers, autoimmune diseases
Discovery reported in the journal Angewandte Chemie
April 6, 2022Researchers look to licorice for promising cancer treatments
Licorice-derived substance may have anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer effects
November 24, 2021Pediatric Thanksgiving fest celebrates 20 years
UI Health pediatric hematology and oncology patients and families enjoy return of holiday event
August 30, 2021Medical student’s research links benzene exposure and non-Hodgkin lymphoma
Study published in Lancet Planetary Health
May 25, 2021Maximizing cancer survival, minimizing treatment side effects with AI
UIC computer scientists developing AI system to support head and neck cancer treatment decisions
December 3, 2019Early immune response may improve cancer immunotherapies
Mechanism may help detect elusive cancers
July 30, 2019New UIC fellowships cultivate future cancer experts, promote inclusion
Fellowships support inclusivity, survivorship care