Tackling the Aspartame Argument with a UConn Health Expert
Natalie Ranelli, registered dietitian in UConn Health’s Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center, weighs in on synthetic sweetener’s safety
Patient Group Honors Dr. Peter Albertsen as Pioneer in Prostate Cancer Management
Chief and program director of UConn Health’s Division of Urology was an early advocate of active surveillance, originally an unpopular alternative to surgery and radiation in low-grade cancers
Removing Human Error from Breast Cancer Detection
The Feature Fusion Siamese Network system uses artificial intelligence to compare two sets of films taken at two different time points for diagnosis, eliminating the need for manual comparison, saving time, and reducing the potential for mistakes
Why Is Colorectal Cancer Rising Rapidly among Young Adults?
It's Colon Cancer Awareness Month and we spoke with Dr. Joel Levine, co-director and founding director, Colon Cancer Prevention Program at the Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center at UConn Health about why cancer is increasing in young adults.
UConn Health Gives First US Dose of New Drug Offering Hope to Those with Multiple Myeloma
UConn Health was the first in the US to administer a new drug approved by the FDA to treat patients with multiple myeloma who have exhausted other treatment options
UConn John Dempsey Hospital Awarded Seven Women’s Choice Awards for Best Hospitals
The Women’s Choice Award has named UConn John Dempsey Hospital as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Safety, Cancer Care, Stroke Care, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Comprehensive Breast Care, Mammogram Imaging and Women’s Services.
Wrapping UConn Health Cancer Patients in Comfort and Hope, One Quilt at a Time.
The Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center at UConn Health received a special delivery from Quilts that Care for cancer patients.
UConn Nation Stands Behind Breast Cancer Survivors at Women’s Basketball Play4Kay Game
The annual Play4Kay game on Jan. 29 honored breast cancer survivors, families, doctors and staff from the UConn Health Breast Cancer Program
Q&A: Dr. Pramod Srivastava Explains the Hunt for a Breast Cancer Vaccine
The UConn Health team says they're about two years away from starting a clinical trial for triple negative breast cancer vaccines