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February 8, 2024Clues to cancer drug’s deadly side effects could make it safer
For some leukemia patients, their only treatment option carries a risk of heart failure
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.
March 7, 2022Study shows structural racism can result in poorer leukemia outcomes
Structural violence is thought to expose particular populations to elevated risks for dying from acute myeloid leukemia
June 17, 2019UIC startup raises nearly $1M to help develop safer leukemia chemotherapy
A less toxic leukemia chemotherapy drug
August 9, 2018Discovery could lead to better treatment for leukemia
Adding a new drug to chemotherapy may reduce chemoresistance
April 30, 2015Physician helps launch bone marrow transplant unit in India
‘Every patient gets the same treatment, regardless of what they can pay,’ says Damiano Rondelli
March 18, 2015UI Health physician helps launch bone marrow unit in Bangalore
Ongoing partnership with hospital in India includes training, research
September 11, 2013UIC, Binaytara Foundation help bring blood cancer treatment to Nepal
UIC partners to develop country’s first blood, marrow transplant unit
February 19, 2013THURSDAY: Shave heads to fight kids’ cancer
The annual head-shaving raises critical funds for childhood cancer research.
July 12, 2012Noted Leukemia Clinician, Researcher Named UI Cancer Center Director
Dr. Howard Ozer, a renowned cancer clinician and researcher, has been named director of the University of Illinois Cancer Center.