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Tune into KUTV 2News this Sunday at 6 am & 2 pm for a special on three of our patients, plus an interview with Jon M. Huntsman Sr.
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HCI patients: do you have health resolutions for 2017? Let our Wellness Center help with nutrition counseling, fitness programs, and more. Call 801-587-4585.
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We wish you peace and joy this season. Happy Holidays from everyone at Huntsman Cancer Institute.
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Do you know what #radon is? Learn more and order a test kit: http://ow.ly/yLXB3085S0a #NationalRadonActionMonth
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Congrats to HCI's Djordje Atanackovic for receiving a 2017 Brian D. Novis Research Grant from IMF - Myeloma.org http://ow.ly/blyu307ZlHA #myeloma
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Currently, patients with small cell lung cancer are all treated the same way. But a new HCI study shows they shouldn’t be—because not all tumors act the same, according to new research from HCI researcher Trudy Oliver. #LCSM #lungcancer http://ow.ly/rdbK307WD0c
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HCI patients, find wellness and a better quality of life in 2017! HCI's Wellness and Integrative Health Center offers massage, fitness programs, nutrition counseling, art therapy, and much more. Call 801-587-4585. #welcometowellness #WellnessWednesday #resolutions #wellness #2017
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Congratulations to HCI researchers Michelle Mendoza, PhD, and Eric Snyder, MD, PhD, who were recently named 2016 V Scholar awardees. The V Scholar award is a two-year grant given to early-career cancer researchers. According to the V Foundation, this award is designed to identify, retain, and further the careers of promising young scientists establishing their research.
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2000 Circle of Hope Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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Changing the DNA of Cancer Care.
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Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) is are part of the University of Utah Health Care system. We serve cancer patients throughout the Intermountain West and provide academic and clinical training for future physicians and researchers.

Hope through Research: Our scientists focus on understanding cancer from its beginnings to create safer, more effective treatments. Researchers also study how genes function to look for ways to prevent or even reverse genetic changes that cause cancer.

Hope through Education: We provide free, expert and accurate information about cancers, risk factors, screening, prevention, and treatments to patients, family members, caregivers, physicians, and the public.

Hope through Patient Care: Our teams of doctors and health care professionals work together to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art care.

Find out more about us at www.huntsmancancer.org.