By Qian Chow | November 9, 2022
Researchers at UBC and BCCHRI uncovered a never-before-seen diagnosis for a young Syrian refugee facing reduced mobility and recurring cancers.
By Qian Chow | October 26, 2022
New research into the most aggressive forms of breast and ovarian cancer shines light on how tumours evolve.
By Digital Comms | October 23, 2022
Researchers at UBCO are exploring the critical role family physicians play in post-cancer care.
By Qian Chow | October 20, 2022
New AI technology developed by UBC researchers could improve diagnostics in remote communities that lack available specialists.
By Digital Comms | July 22, 2022
The team developed new tools to understand how the cancerous cells spread and survive throughout the body.
By Digital Comms | July 20, 2022
The researchers have developed a new blood test that sequences the genome of tumour DNA in the blood, opening up new possibilities for personalized medicine.
By Digital Comms | June 29, 2022
Experiments in mice show drug makes muscles fibres more resistant to damage characteristic of muscular dystrophy.
By Digital Comms | March 24, 2022
The Edwin S.H. Leong Healthy Aging Program is aimed at helping people live longer, healthier lives.
By Digital Comms | February 9, 2022
Research shows that pre-emptive removal of the fallopian tubes, called opportunistic salpingectomy, will help save lives.
By Digital Comms | November 23, 2021
Researchers say trial results are unreliable and should not be used to inform policies on breast cancer screening.