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The City of Aurora Wants to Hear From You: Housing Survey

What you need to know: The city of Aurora is surveying residents and other stakeholders, including members of the CU Anschutz community, about ways to expand housing options in the city.

AURORA – The city of Aurora recently conducted a study on the housing needs of the community and is seeking input from residents and other stakeholders on how to best expand housing options across the income spectrum throughout the city. 

Author Staff | Publish Date October 21, 2020
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Research    Cancer    Diabetes

Metabolomics: The Science Behind a Tour de France Winner

What you need to know: A CU Anschutz research team, experts in athletes’ baseline metabolic profiles and how these physiologies change during competition, are helping guide some of the world’s elite athletes to their best performances, including the recent Tour de France winner. Their understanding of the metabolic underpinnings of top athletes has implications for improved treatments of disease, including cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s.

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date October 21, 2020
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BridgeBio Pharma, Inc. and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Collaborate to Advance Medicines for Genetically Driven Diseases

BridgeBio Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBIO) and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus today announced a collaboration to advance novel research on genetically driven diseases into therapeutic applications for patients.

Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date October 21, 2020
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Research    Cancer

Rock Icon Eddie Van Halen Joins List of Musicians Gone Too Soon

What you need to know: Eddie Van Halen, namesake with his brother of the famed ‘80s rock band Van Halen, died Oct. 6 from cancer that began in his tongue. As always, prevention and early detection are key, and tobacco and alcohol play a chief role in most head and neck cancers. At the CU Cancer Center, researchers continue to strive for better treatment, improving patient care in the process.

Author Debra Melani | Publish Date October 19, 2020
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