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Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside

Advancing discoveries made in the lab to medical treatments that can be used in patient care is complex and time-consuming. Commonly called clinical translation, this process can be thought of much like translating something from one language to another.

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cancer care, cancer research, community report

Navigating Cancer at a Young Age

Navigating Cancer at a Young Age

Each year, more than 1,000 adolescents and young adults (AYAs) in Utah are diagnosed with cancer. For many of these young people, a cancer diagnosis is their first real medical issue. This was the case for Marina Pimentel, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, at age 26. Marina worked with an AYA patient navigator to help her manage the complexities of cancer treatment and care.

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aya cancer, hi-aya, lymphoma, patient stories, community report,

Message from HCI's CEO and Director

Message from HCI's CEO and Director

The West is known for its "can-do" spirit, for the willingness of people to work together. At Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), we strive to push the boundaries of cancer research and care and attain results beyond what we thought was possible. HCI has made a commitment to advance cutting-edge cancer research and care in the Mountain West region.

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community report

High-Tech Equipment and Innovative Therapies

High-Tech Equipment and Innovative Therapies

Tommy Tanzer, a resident of Park City, Utah, received three negative prostate biopsies over the course of three years, but he and his doctors still suspected he may have cancer. Tommy then had an MRI-guided biopsy at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), hoping there would be a more accurate result. Unfortunately, this biopsy did detect cancer. Fortunately, it was found early enough to treat.

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prostate cancer, radiation oncology, cancer care, patient stories, community report