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Evidence Supports Link Between Breast Cancer, Light Exposure at Night

August 28, 2017

Artificial light has transformed the night sky, a change researchers continue to link to health problems.

Oncologists at the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center at UConn Health are testing a new immunotherapy for advanced liver cancer in clinical trial (Photo: UConn Health).

Clinical Trial to Tackle Advanced Liver Cancer

August 2, 2017

UConn Health is one of a few cancer centers in the nation testing a new immunotherapy in clinical trial to battle the most common and aggressive form of primary liver cancer.

Dr. Agnes Kim. (Tina Encarnacion/UConn Health Photo)

New Imaging Test Can Detect Future Heart Problems in Cancer Patients

July 27, 2017

UConn Health has begun tracking cancer patients with an advanced heart imaging test before, during, and after treatment, to detect potential heart problems early.

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Op-ed: Unprepared for the ‘Silver Tsunami’ of Older Adults Living with Cancer

July 6, 2017

Planning for the health care needs of aging cancer survivors represents a significant public health challenge.

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Genes Predict Cancer Patient’s Pain – or Lack of It

June 19, 2017

UConn researchers report genetic clues that point to those individuals likely to be most vulnerable to post-treatment pain.