May Newsmakers

May 28, 2014
By: Karen E. Butler, Director of Communications, DCI

The Duke Cancer Institute Communications Office updates you monthly on the latest DCI-related news featured in both local and national markets.

In May featured faculty included John Sampson, M.D., Ph.D., MBA, MHSc, Brain Cancer Treatment Revolutionized by Immunotherapy; David Kirsch, M.D., Ph.D., Drug Could Protect Against Radiation Exposure; Adriana Vidal, Ph.D., Diet, Lifestyle Affect Prostate Cancer Risks, Studies Find; David Walmer, M.D., Ph.D., The MacGyver Cure for Cancer; and Adriana Vidal, Ph.D. and Katharine Sourbeer, Carbs May Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer.

TRIANGLE BUSINESS JOURNAL
Duke and WakeMed lead Triangle hospitals in community benefit

WNCN
Brain cancer treatment revolutionized by immunotherapy

SCIENCE MAGAZINE
Drug could protect against radiation exposure

FOX NEWS
Can the measles or polio be the next cure for cancer?

HEALTHDAY
Diet, lifestyle affect prostate cancer risk, studies find

NEW YORK TIMES
The MacGyver Cure for Cancer

MEDPAGE TODAY
Carbs May Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer

DUKE MEDICINE

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