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BY Julie Penne

Doctors from MD Anderson and Houston Methodist Hospital have performed what is believed to be the world’s first partial skull and scalp transplant on a man whose treatment for a rare cancer of the scalp muscle left him with a deep head wound.

During the same surgery, the patient also received a donor kidney and pancreas.

“This has been a long journey, and I am so grateful to all the doctors who performed my transplants,”...

BY Scott Merville

MD Anderson and Madison, Wis.-based Exact Sciences Corp. have announced a partnership to co-develop and commercialize several blood-based...

BY Laura Sussman

Results of an MD Anderson clinical trial may change the perspective on a role for combination chemotherapy in advanced prostate cancer.

BY Clayton Boldt, Ph.D.

Two MD Anderson faculty members were awarded by the American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO) at the society’s annual meeting earlier this month in Chicago.

Ernest Hawk, M.D., vice president and head of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, received the 2015 ASCO-American Cancer Society Award for his efforts in cancer prevention and control.

Through these efforts, he has advanced research, evidence-based public...

Ernest Hawk, M.D. and Jim Allison, Ph.D.

BY Laura Sussman

Whole brain radiation to treat cancer that has spread to the brain is associated with significantly worse cognitive function than radiosurgery...

BY MD Anderson staff

MD Anderson Cancer Center has received more than $9 million in research grants in the latest round of funding from the Cancer Prevention and...