After witnessing her mother’s battle with breast cancer, Danielle Kline devoted her career to oncology.
- March 18, 2021
In a new study, researchers at the Yale School of Public Health have confirmed a winning strategy or breast cancer survivors: healthy eating and exercise.
- March 09, 2021
Presented by the Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Centers in Waterford and Westerly on March 8, 2021.
- February 24, 2021
Smilow Shares: Cancer Prevention, presented by the Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Center in Greenwich
- February 11, 2021
From key partnerships with the Yale Cancer Center to novel research efforts across New Haven and Connecticut, as well as globally, Yale scientists have already made significant steps toward preventing and treating a wide range of cancers.
- October 21, 2020
Dr. Michaela Dinan Named Co-Leader of the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Program at Yale Cancer Center
Michaela A. Dinan, PhD, has been appointed Co-Leader of the Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) Research Program at Yale Cancer Center.
- September 09, 2020
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) has awarded a 1-year, $175,000 research grant to Yale Cancer Center to study reducing re-excisions for breast conserving therapy for women following surgery for breast cancer.
- August 06, 2020
Yale Cancer Center and Yale School of Public Health Receive New Training Grant Including Implementation Science Methods
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a National Research Service Award Training Grant to fund an innovative, multidisciplinary, and translational training program at Yale Cancer Center and Yale School of Public Health.
- April 28, 2020Source: WebMD
Lung cancer can be a challenge. But you don’t need to handle it alone. Whether it’s online or in person, it’s important to know you can lean on your friends, family, or others in your cancer community. And don’t forget about your medical care team. They can help you learn about your diagnosis and get the right kind of support.
- April 25, 2020Source: Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Regular exercise can help reduce your risk of breast cancer and improve outcomes after a diagnosis, among many other benefits. But for a lot of people, daily exercise is a challenge even during normal times. Now add in the global COVID-19 pandemic. As the breast cancer community enters another month of quaratine and continues to deal with tremendous stress, we invited BCRF researcher Dr. Melinda Irwin to talk with BCRF about ways breast cancer patients can stay active inside and at a safe distance outside during this time.