A team of investigators from Norris Cotton Cancer Center led by Nadeem Khan, MSc, PhD has used electron paramagnetic resonance technique to monitor the oxygen levels in the brain using implantable resonators. #cancer#glioma
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Using a novel methodology of epigenetic quantitative analysis, a +Dartmouth interdisciplinary team of investigators found no correlation between regulatory T cells (Tregs) and survival in the tumor microenvironment or blood, even when adjusting for well-known prognostic factors. #glioblastoma#braincancer#cancer
A new randomized clinical trial with +Dartmouth investigators Kathleen Lyons, ScD, Tor Tosteson, ScD, Zhigang Li, PhD, and collaborators has noted significant improvement in several measures among those who began palliative care early. #cancer
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center: an NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center. Advanced cancer research & patient-centered care.
The Cancer Center provides a positive environment for treatment, cure, and recovery for patients with all forms of cancer. Patients receive technologically advanced cancer treatments and access to clinical trials of new treatments. Each patient is seen as an individual, and a specific treatment plan is developed by specialists who work directly with the patient, family, and referring physician. The Cancer Center is also a leader in improving the comfort and quality of life of patients.