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BY Lavinia Middleton, M.D.

When I first went to medical school, I thought I’d be a cardiologist. My dad was very sick with heart disease while I was growing up, so I spent a lot of time in the hospital. I saw how the cardiologists treated him and other patients, and I wanted to heal people in the same way.

But once I actually got to medical school, I found that I was more interested in following pathology specimens to the lab to find out what my patients...

Breast cancer pathologist Lavinia Middleton, M.D.

BY Mena El-Sharkawi

Suzanne Moilanen has lived in six countries in the last 30 years. And while she enjoyed living abroad, it also allowed her to get complacent...

BY Carol Bryce

It's not unusual for a patient to arrive at MD Anderson with one diagnosis and leave with a different one.

For example, when approximately...

BY Mindy Loya

Imagine that after a long day in meetings, training others and getting your work done, you find a blank canvas sitting in your chair. Scrawled on the plastic wrapping are the words "Just Do It."

This is the challenge Lauren Langford, M.D., issued to a fellow colleague in 2010.

An associate professor in Pathology at MD Anderson, Langford grew up in an artistic household, never far from a camera. And, in her...

BY MD Anderson

A growing incidence of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS), mostly in older adults, has sent researchers and clinicians scrambling for answers...