Mission accomplished: NASA doctor receives personalized leukemia treatment
Learn about John Mendelsohn's legacy as MD Anderson's third full-time president; the selection of Ronald DePinho as the next president; how nurses provide evidence-based care to patients; and how cancer survivor John Holland is moving forward in his life.
Anne and John Mendelsohn look back on their team approach to marriage and conquering cancer, as his 15-year tenure as MD Anderson Cancer Center president is winding down.
Eminent researcher, educator to be MD Anderson’s fourth president
By any measure, MD Anderson’s growth in size, stature and scientific progress during the past 15 years is staggering.
When John Mendelsohn, M.D., returns to research at MD Anderson, he’ll open a new chapter in his career at a cancer center vastly different from the one he came to Houston to lead in 1996.
Mendelsohn helps pave the way for personalized therapies
Mendelsohn stresses employee engagement and opportunities
Anthony Freud, former general director of Houston Grand Opera, claims that John Mendelsohn, M.D., has an extraordinarily powerful voice.
Eliminating cancer in Texas, the nation and the world always has been an institution-wide pursuit.
Business entrepreneur and philanthropist Red McCombs of San Antonio tells a story about his family foundation’s $30 million gift to MD Anderson in 2005.
This is the third installment of a three-part series on nursing that began in the fall 2010 issue of Conquest.
Faith and spirituality weave themselves through all aspects of John Holland’s life — family man, business manager, community leader, outdoor enthusiast and cancer survivor.
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The p53 pioneer
The hospital's heroes
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Building on success
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No patient left behind
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A magnificent seven
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Where change begins
The Pilots of the OR
Changing the Stories We Tell
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