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Making hunger one less challenge to deal with

A no-questions-asked food pantry in the Infusion Therapy Suite is helping feed cancer patients, their families and anyone else dealing with food insecurity.

College student celebrates being cancer-free for more than a decade after battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia as a tween

Maya Gray was just 8 years old when a random blood test led to a diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Since having chemotherapy, she is now cancer-free and raising money and awareness about the disease.

UChicago Medicine clinical trial leads to groundbreaking new uveal melanoma drug

A clinical trial at the University of Chicago Medicine has led to the first FDA-approved drug to treat uveal melanoma. Patient Kathy Huyser, who was part of the clinical trial, has been taking it weekly for the past four years and said the drug saved her life.


View video interviews with UChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center experts on OncLive. Our physicians and scientists are featured commenting on the latest advances in cancer research and care.

Head & Neck Cancer: Q & A

Medical oncologist Alexander T. Pearson, MD, PhD, and nurse navigator Patricia Heinlen, BSN, RN, discuss head and neck cancer, including the HPV vaccine and how new treatment approaches are tailored to each patient's cancer type, making treatments more effective while reducing side effects.

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