Rebecca Zoltoski was the first patient at the University of Chicago Medicine to undergo a blood and bone marrow stem cell transplant as an outpatient for her multiple myeloma. The experience allowed her to be treated close to her house and then seek comfort in her own home each afternoon after being treated. Now, she […]
In a new study, UChicago researchers look to understand why some cancer tumors are more susceptible to immunotherapy than others.
Finding genetic variations common in black women could improve outcomes and reduce recurrence of breast cancer, according to a new study.
Immunotherapy has revolutionized cancer treatment–but not for everyone. See how UChicago researchers are overcoming these barriers to help more patients.
The Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR), the premier cancer research organization, brought together more than 21,000 scientists from across the globe in Washington, D.C. in early April to share their latest scientific breakthroughs. Our faculty and trainees made an exceptional showing at the conference, including the following highlights. A complete […]