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Momentum: Moving toward a future without cancer.

  • Unwelcome Encore

    Beating one cancer to fight another


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    Unwelcome Encore
  • Reclaiming the neighborhood

    Stomach cancer prevention trials seek to restore precancerous tissue to normal


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    Reclaiming the neighborhood
  • Combating cancer disparities is an out-of-office assignment


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    Combating cancer disparities  is an out-of-office assignment
  • Flash Therapy

    Radiation oncology innovations shrink treatment time for prostate cancer


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    Flash  Therapy
  • VICC’s top nurse crossed an ocean to achieve her dream


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    VICC’s top nurse crossed an ocean to achieve her dream
  • Tuya Pal helps families solve genetic puzzles


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    Tuya Pal helps families solve genetic puzzles
  • The Mentor


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    The Mentor
  • A Better Chance


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    A Better Chance
  • The Immunotherapy Generation


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    The Immunotherapy Generation
  • The Invisible Wildfire


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    The Invisible Wildfire

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Day in Life

  On the third Monday of each month, a large conference room at Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks whirs with activity and is all business — the business of sewing. Shortly before 10 a.m., a small army of women quietly enters the sliding doors of the Nashville healthcare complex, toting and wheeling the tools of […]

Spotlight: Cholangiocarcinoma

C-H-O-L-A-N-G-I-O-C-A-R-C-I-N-O-M-A. Anne Wolfe asked the doctor to spell it out. She had come to see Kamran Idrees, M.D., a surgical oncologist at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) knowing that she had a malignancy in her liver, but she didn’t know the type of cancer that had secretly invaded the organ. “He looked at me and said […]

My Story

  Hi, my name is Katie. I have a brain tumor — please don’t be shocked. It sounds worse than it is. Or maybe it really is as bad as it sounds. It is hard to tell people you have a brain tumor. Sometimes they get a glazed look on their faces. I get it. […]