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Cancer Care
  • April 27, 2022

    Can medical records help teams of doctors treat patients better?

    Doctors already rely on a patient’s medical history to prescribe the right treatments and medications, but Kwan-Liu Ma, UC Davis computer science distinguished professor, and Shin-Ping Tu, the chief of general internal medicine, geriatrics and bioethics and UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center specialist, think they can also use it to improve how the entire medical system works together.

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  • April 22, 2022

    Cancer center launches Center for Advancing Cancer Health Equity

    UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center has launched the Center for Advancing Cancer Health Equity. The new center will work to improve health outcomes in underserved populations and help shape cancer-related policy decisions at the county, state, and national levels.

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  • April 22, 2022

    UC Davis Health gives patient a second chance at life — twice

    Bassem Mansour has received life-saving care from UC Davis Health twice in his life. To show their appreciation, his family has started a fund to raise money for the Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Program to support pediatric patients.

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  • April 22, 2022

    American Cancer Society Relay for Life coming to Russell Field

    The American Cancer Society at UC Davis student organization is holding an overnight cancer fundraiser April 30-May 1 at Russell Field. Relay For Life celebrates cancer survivors and their caregivers as well as honors those lost to the disease. Money raised from the event goes to cancer research, support for cancer patients, and access to lifesaving screenings.

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