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Greenebaum Cancer Center News

The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center's physicians and researchers work every day to advance the state-of-the-art in cancer treatment.

Their groundbreaking work in the cancer center's laboratories and clinics has contributed to the discovery of new ways to treat and care for cancer patients.

To learn about some of the recent news-making advances in cancer research and treatment at UMGCC during 2006, select from and click on the news stories below.

 

2006 News Releases
November
 
11/21 Combination Therapy Shows Promise in Treating Advanced Esophageal Cancer
11/17 Breast Cancer Update 2006 Conference to be held November 17, 2006.
September
 
9/21 FAIRWAY TO LIFE to Honor Doug Ulman, A Cancer Survivor Dedicated to helping Others Fight the Disease
9/13 Borin Appointed Head of New Robotic Surgery Program at the University of Maryland Medical Center
9/13 Stephen W. Long Named New Associate Director for Administration of the Greenebaum Cancer Center
July
7/13 University of Maryland Researchers Test "Trojan Peptide" Vaccines to Treat Head and Neck Cancer
June
6/10 Relay for Life Slated for June 10; UMGCC Team Now Forming
6/5 New Combination of Chemotherapy and Radiation after Surgery Improves Survival for Pancreatic Cancer
May
5/9 University of Maryland Medical Center Acquires Powerful Image-Guided Radiation Therapy System
February
2/14 University of Maryland Medical Center Offers Navigator Program for Cancer Patients
January
1/19 University of Maryland Medical Center Offers Online Service to Help Patients and Families Create Their Own Web Sites
  Click here to see the 2005 news release archives.

This page was last updated on: February 1, 2007.