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Significant progress has been made in recent years for all types of gynecologic cancers. UC Irvine Health is a key contributor to the clinical trials behind these advances. Read More
Ovarian cancer has always been a challenging disease to fight. Symptoms are minimal at first and ambiguous later. Fortunately, new treatments are starting to change survival rates.
After a review of HPV clinical trials, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that just two doses of HPV vaccine are sufficient for children age 14 or under, as long as the vaccines are given at least six months apart.
When Richard Faugno was diagnosed with tonsil cancer, first he worried for his life. Then, after learning about the treatment’s side effects, the pianist worried about his livelihood. Read More
Michelle Perozzi fought her breast cancer with three state-of-the-art technologies that reduced treatment time and the need for a second surgery. Read More
UC Irvine Health thyroid surgeon Dr. Dawn M. Elfenbein explains how new American Thyroid Association guidelines provide physicians with a comprehensive review of the current important scientific evidence so that they can work together with patients to develop a care plan that is right for them. Read More