Back in the game after a brain tumor in the bladder
Annual Report 2012
MD Anderson Cancer Center's 2011-2012 Annual Report highlights achievements and contributions of faculty, staff, volunteers and donors in advancing the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer. It also provides key financial and statistical data.
Melissa McLenon, D.N.P., has been committed to her patients throughout her 20-year nursing career.
Elizabeth Mittendorf, M.D., Ph.D., abandoned plans to become a pediatrician when she fell in love with the knowledge and skills a surgeon has.
With six children and six grandchildren, caregiving comes naturally to patient navigator volunteer Denise Taliaferro. However, acting in that same role to her husband was never on her list of things to do.
With a pledge to accelerate advances ultimately aimed at ending all cancers, MD Anderson launched the Moon Shots Program on Sept. 21, 2012.
The six-story Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging Research (CABIR) on the South Campus is a rarity — a basic science building with a clinic on the first floor.
A modest serving of peanut butter on whole grain toast, a ripe pear and a tall glass of skim milk is the breakfast of champions.
Exercise enthusiasts have an ally in Xifeng Wu, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of MD Anderson’s Department of Epidemiology.
Curiosity has led Lorraine Reitzel, Ph.D., to ask novel questions.
Ever wonder why your brain makes decisions you later regret, like continuing to smoke?
Physician assistants (PAs) are critical members of the cancer care team — licensed to practice medicine with the supervision of a physician. And as the population of older adults increases, more are needed.
Nicholas Levine, M.D., calls the Microsurgical and Endoscopic Center for Clinical Applications his field of dreams.
It’s run by two schools: Why not have two deans? This new leadership formula at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) is one that mixes equal parts logic and irrationality.
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