A multi-department team of UAB brain tumor researchers has received a grant to take a systems-biology approach to treatment.

The board comprises young professionals who have been touched by cancer in some way. 

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Physicians first to use new imaging technology tool to increase accuracy in inoperable lung cancer case.
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UAB scientist Timothy Nagy will race to raise funds for the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center on Nov. 19-20.

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PurpleStride Birmingham will raise funds during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month on Nov. 12.

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Eleven new members will join the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center advisory board for 2011-12.
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UAB received a prestigious NCI award to study brain tumors, making it one of only a few institutions to hold four SPORE programs.

The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center will host three lung cancer seminars in November.

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The UAB Cancer Center’s Deep South Network now includes community research to better understand local cancer prevention needs.

A UAB study shows a possible risk from low-level exposure to plastic with BPA .

Chefs team up with the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center to help cancer patients whose sense of taste is being affected by treatments.

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NIH grant for brain cancer also makes UAB one of few centers with four Specialized Program of Research Excellence awards.

Birmingham-area Jim 'N Nick's restaurants will host the Angel Squad to recognize National Mammography Day.

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A UAB researcher has found a potential new way to treat head and neck cancer.

A UAB pharmacology and toxicology professor has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health.

Local fundraising efforts will recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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A new support group for triple negative breast cancer patients, survivors and their families has begun meeting in Birmingham.
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