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Investigating a Better Treatment Sequence for Esophageal Cancer

Looking for better ways to treat patients with esophageal cancer, University of Colorado Cancer Center member Martin McCarter, MD, is investigating whether a new treatment sequence will result in better outcomes.


Author Greg Glasgow | Publish Date May 25, 2021
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Esophageal Cancer

What is Esophageal Cancer?

What is esophageal cancer?

Esophageal cancer is cancer that arises in the esophagus – a hollow, muscular tube that is about a foot long. It helps pass food and liquids from the back of the mouth to the stomach. The esophagus lies just behind the trachea and in front of the spine. Esophageal cancer begins in the cells that line the inside of the esophagus. 


Author Cancer Center | Publish Date April 24, 2019
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Esophageal Cancer

Rady family healing and helping others with CU Cancer Center

Katy Rady lost her brother, Paul, to cancer nearly four years ago. Katy and her husband, also named Paul, turned their grief into a mission to prevent other families from having to go through the same pain. That mission led to the Paul R. O’Hara II Esophagogastric Cancer Symposium.


Author Cancer Center | Publish Date April 24, 2019
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Patient Care    Faculty    Esophageal Cancer

Esophageal Cancer Care Crosses State Lines

When Tom Donahue came to UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), University of Colorado Cancer Center’s clinical partner, he thought he had a pre-cancerous condition called Barrett’s Esophagus. But Donahue had a diagnosis of Barrett’s esophagus with high-grade dysplasia (precancerous cells) and an oncologist in Scottsbluff, Nebraska referred to him to UCH because he needed to see a specialist.  


Author Cancer Center | Publish Date February 05, 2019
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No, Sun Exposure Is Not the Secret to Living Longer (Probably)

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Publish DateJanuary 05, 2022

CU Cancer Center member Neil Box, MD, separates fact from pseudoscience when it comes to protecting yourself from the sun.

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'I'm Just so Proud of Him': Crested Butte Family Shares 2-year-old's Journey with Kidney Cancer

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Publish DateDecember 23, 2021

In 2021, a Crested Butte family received a life-changing diagnosis. During the holiday season, their story is an apparent reminder that sometimes the best gifts are never found under a tree.

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Cure Today

Triplet Regimen Extends Time Before Brain, Spinal Cord Metastases Worsen in Patients with Breast Cancer

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Publish DateDecember 15, 2021

A three-drug regimen was shown to lengthen the amount of time before cancer progressed to the central nervous system — known as central nervous system progression-free survival — in certain patients with breast cancer.

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Liso-cel Significantly Improves Outcomes in Second-Line DLBCL

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Publish DateDecember 11, 2021

Second-line lisocabtagene maraleucel more than quadrupled EFS compared with standard therapy for patients with relapsed or refractory large B-cell lymphoma, according to study results presented at ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition.

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