Cancer Stories

A multidisciplinary approach to care

A multidisciplinary approach to care

 

It takes a village to provide comprehensive lung cancer care.

Changing the Game

Changing the Game

 

Pervasive and particularly deadly, lung cancer has remained intractable even as other cancers have yielded more readily to treatment advances. But science is steadily shedding light on therapeutic approaches that may begin to turn the odds of beating the disease in lung cancer patients’ favor.

Providing a clearer view to lung cancer’s pathways and metabolic process

 

Advanced imaging technology, a quartercentury of foundational radiological studies, and extensive resources focused on lung cancer and metabolism are bearing fruit in innovative new research at UT Southwestern.

How does nutrition affect pancreatic cancer?

How does nutrition affect pancreatic cancer?

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Pancreatic cancer is a serious disease that many people don’t know a lot about. Join the monthly #PancSM Twitter chat to discuss risk factors and treatments. Add your voice –#CallOutCancer today.

Why do nonsmokers get lung cancer?

Why do nonsmokers get lung cancer?

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Nonsmoker? That doesn’t mean lung cancer won’t strike. There are many causes for lung cancer, and advanced treatment options, too. Add your voice –#CallOutCancer today.

Top-Tier Cancer Care

 

“Cancer care at the highest level. Anywhere.” It’s a bold statement about UT Southwestern’s cancer-fighting capabilities, but it’s one that’s backed by an objective measure.

Clinical Centers expand offerings

 

With their latest expansion of services and faculty, UT Southwestern Clinical Centers in Richardson/Plano, the Park Cities, and Las Colinas now offer leading-edge therapies and innovative treatments in more than a dozen specialty areas, with more on the way.

Cardiology Chief named Circulation Editor-in-Chief

 

Joseph Hill, M.D., Ph.D., Chief of UT Southwestern’s Division of Cardiology and Director of the Harry S. Moss Heart Center, has been selected as Editor-in- Chief of the American Heart Association’s premier scientific journal Circulation

New health network for North Texas

 

UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources have created an integrated regional health network—called Southwestern Health Resources—that will provide increased access to primary and specialized care for the people of North Texas.

New clinic dedicated to concussive injury recovery, education

 

Whether they are mild, moderate, or severe, concussions disrupt how the neurological system functions. A new clinic at UT Southwestern—dedicated to diagnosing and treating concussive injuries—is built on the latest science about the brain, how injuries affect it, and which treatment strategies are most effective.