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Cullen Taniguchi, MD Jul 2
GOOD NEWS: Promotion to Associate Professor, starting Sept. 1. Now I get to continue the fight to and help more patients, students, residents, fellows, and fellow faculty... at least for another seven more years.
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Ethan Cohen, MD Jul 22
As an Ashkenazi Jew with a family history of , this hits close to home as we have high BRCA1/BRCA2 carrier rates. Amazing how knowing mutation status improves survival. Knowledge really is power!
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MD Anderson-UTH Grad Jun 30
Dean Michelle C. Barton, PhD, will be leaving the GSBS on Aug. 31. Her years of leadership & innovative research have had extraordinary & lasting impacts on the entire GSBS community. Read more at .
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Peter WT Pisters, MD Jul 27
We are extremely proud of the many amazing people who have made this recognition possible: our patients and their loved ones who entrust us with their care, and our faculty, employees, trainees, students, volunteers, donors and advocates.
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Naveen Pemmaraju, MD Jul 27
July Inpatient Leukemia Rounds. I come to work every day to help keep our patients safe&healthy during uncertain times of . To help our cause and to help *each other* please b/c
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Steven J. Frank, MD Jul 2
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Laura Nathan-Garner Jun 28
Donated blood for ’ cancer patients this morning. It’s super easy and safe, and our patients depend on these blood donations. If you’re in Houston and able to donate blood or platelets, schedule an appointment at . 🩸
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edwardpingenot Jun 23
What a gift and privilege to play even the smallest role in the quest to . These opportunities to work that others might find victory and relief from suffering are both prayer and intercession in my heart. Honored to be back for some [remote] research.
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Craig Carson Jul 20
Breast Surgical Oncology's Nina Tamirisa, M.D., found that women 70+ who underwent chemotherapy for breast cancer saw benefit over those who had no chemotherapy
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Bamabobble Jun 27
This day one year ago I was told I was in remission from one of my cancers I’ve had. Went to a Bham Barons game that night. Cant wait for baseball to return.
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Vivek Subbiah, MD Jul 28
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center again ranked # 1 best hospital in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021
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Paul Mansfield,MD Apr 20
Subrina did a fantastic job taking my blood today ⁦⁩ Sometimes the best thing you can do is give!
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Naveen Pemmaraju, MD Jul 22
There is a quiet Serene Yet Powerful Peace Flowing labs 5AM A lone Attending Steaming coffee ☕️ cup in hand Trending ANCs Silently tracking The rise and falls of fevers Before Day Shift Arrives
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Dr. Ron DePinho Jul 12
Magnificent 48 mile ride today in the heat with john heymach and victor prieto with masks and distancing. Staying healthy to
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Diane Bodurka May 24
So proud to take call with such an outstanding holiday weekend team! Thank you Drs. Ho, LaFargue, Goldman and Hinchcliff (not in photo)! You make a difference!!
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Valerae Lewis Jun 17
It is extremely rare for two siblings to both be diagnosed with . and her brother make an incredible team.
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Jennifer Cofer Jul 28
So proud of the place I work! Amazing cancer fighters. Honored to be a small part of the prevention & moon shots teams. Celebrating my 5 years along with this great achievement!
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Chad Michener, MD Jul 18
Finished my “triathalon”— cycle—hospital rounds at 2 hospitals—cycle......so, 51 miles 🚴; 25,863 steps/revs 🚶; 16 patient seen 🏥...BUT, just 1️⃣ cause!! 💯% for the cure! If u haven’t already please consider donating to help is .
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oNKo-innate Jun 25
Here at , we envisage unique NK cell therapies at different stages of cancer. Our CSO recently presented his view of the NK cell - Cancer Immunity Cycle. With we are developing novel NK cell immunotherapies to
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Ivette Acevedo Jul 23
There's lots of fear and push back on the HPV vaccine, but why?Please read about the benefit of it. I promise you will learn so much! Protect your little ones.🤓
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