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Conquest - Fall 2014
On the cover: Close to 80 million people in America are currently infected with the human papillomavirus, more commonly known as HPV. The virus causes almost all cases of cervical cancer and is linked to other forms of the disease. However, there’s a vaccine available to stop it.
Other feature articles:
- Serving the underserved
- No silent night
- Pilot program
- Major miners
- The precisionists
- Giving his time and his all
- Nursing giants
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Network - Winter 2013
Trends in obesity and its effects on health spurred the creation of these monthly challenges.
Other feature stories:
- Head and neck cancer survivor stays positive
- Focus on the dangers of sepsis
- Research briefs
- 'A clinical instinct:' Hospitalists improve care for acutely ill patients
- Telephone support line needs your help
Promise - Summer 2014
Seven years ago, Terry Arnold was diagnosed with two of the most deadly forms of breast cancer. Today, she's cancer free.
CancerWise, the MD Anderson blog, offers current information and commentary from staff and faculty bloggers on cancer treatment, prevention, and research. Through CancerWise, readers can react through comments and MD Anderson can listen to and connect directly with the public.
Annual Report 2012-2013
With "Open minds, new frontiers", MD Anderson is making changes and discoveries to end cancer:
- Track the journey, lower the risk
- Seminal discoveries, seismic changes
- Treat the immune system, attack the cancer
- Enhance patient experience, build networks