Research that’s Practice Changing Paradigm Shifting & Policy Creating
“I’m engaged with cancer, but I’m not defined by it,” says former Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany.
Patients travel from afar to Vanderbilt-Ingram for innovative therapies
As a childhood cancer survivor, pediatric oncologist Jason Schwartz uniquely relates to his patients
Three-dimensional scanning and printing systems are now utilized for purposes ranging from same-day dental crowns to prosthetic limbs, so Michael Topf, MD, wondered why computer-aided design (CAD) technology hadn’t made it into operating rooms as a visual aid for real-time consultations. Surgeons communicate via phone and are dependent upon verbal descriptions from pathologists for guidance […]
Try to sing this to the tune of “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious:” Auto-immune slash cancer disease With a half-decent prognosis Plays hell with my skin and Gave to me a brain tumor atrocious At least of all these nasty things I don’t have halitosis I have got the Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis! Um-dittle-ittl I’m not gonna die Um-dittle-ittl I’m not gonna die LCH is my rare disease. […]