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Conquer Cancer Profiles Assistant Professor Raymond Mailhot, MD, MPH

Conquer Cancer has profiled Assistant Professor Raymond Mailhot, MD, MPH, who shares how he’s working to accelerate equity in cancer care in Conquer Cancer’s Q&A “Driving Equity & Inclusion in Cancer Care.” Dr. Mailhot, who leads the hematology malignancy radiotherapy program, dedicates his research to improving radiation treatment and cares…

Breast Cancer Awareness – Working toward Equal Outcomes

Assistant Professor Oluwadamilola T. Oladeru (Lola), MD, MA, MBA  was recently interviewed by the Gainesville Sun for its October Breast Cancer Awareness series. The article explores how physicians and researchers across Florida are making a diagnosis of breast cancer less formidable and frequent, especially for underserved populations.

Precision Radiation Procedure for Eye Cancer Now Available at UF

Melanoma in the eye presents special challenges. Thanks to the work of UF radiation oncologists and ophthalmologists, high-resolution ultrasound and plaques implanted with radioactive seeds can be the difference between sight and blindness: Read more at UF Health.

FBCF Awards Grant to UF Researchers for Breast Cancer Awareness Study

Beyond the human loss resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic has been an unfortunate increase in locally advanced cancers due to postponed or canceled screening appointments. UF Radiation Oncology Associate Professor Julie Bradley, MD; Assistant Professor Eric Brooks, MD; Assistant Professor Oluwadamilola…

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