Immunotherapy is a hot topic of conversation when it comes to cancer treatment. Pediatric oncologist Dr. Elias Sayour and his team have found a way to make a hot tumor, their way to make immunotherapy, an alternative to chemotherapy, more effective.
Top brain cancer researchers and University of Florida leaders unveiled a new, world-class neuro-oncology laboratory at UF’s Basic Science Building.
During the 16th annual Dick Vitale Gala, the V Foundation for Cancer Research announced that Duane Mitchell, M.D., Ph.D., director of the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute, assistant vice president for research at UF and co-leader of the UF Health Cancer Center’s Cancer Therapeutics & Host Response research program, will receive additional support for his research on brain cancer in children.
Duane Mitchell’s team at the University of Florida is a world leader in understanding how the body’s own immune system can be marshaled to fight cancers, especially brain cancers, in children and adults.
A University of Florida Health pilot program will bring a new COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy to rural communities in North Florida.