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Trio tackles leukemia

Whether finding new targets or discovering better therapies,  three investigators are working to tackle the most common type of pediatric cancer.

Sara Buckallew  |  Mar 25, 2020

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Top 10 recipients of NIH funding for federal fiscal year 2019

Liana Apostolova, MD, MSc, FAAN, and Apoorva Sanjay Bharthur At Indiana University School of Medicine, the 2019 fiscal year set another record for NIH-funded research,

Anna Carrera  |  Jan 28, 2020

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Clinical trial for a rare cancer keeps local educator, former athlete active

Demetrius “Dee” Dowler was 31 years old when he was diagnosed with thymoma, a rare cancer of the thymus gland. There is no good time

Michael Schug  |  Dec 20, 2019

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15th Anniversary of Miles for Myeloma

Forty-eight cyclists hit the road in October for the annual Miles for Myeloma ride. Rafat Abonour, MD, leader of the Precision Health Initiative multiple myeloma disease

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 07, 2019

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IU researcher talks about close ties to Nobel winner

Indiana University School of Medicine’s Mircea Ivan, MD, PhD, has a strong connection to this year’s winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine, Dr. William

Michael Schug  |  Nov 01, 2019

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IU School of Medicine researcher awarded Susan G. Komen grant

INDIANAPOLIS — A grant from Susan G. Komen will help bolster research at Indiana University School of Medicine aimed at addressing outcome disparities in African-American

Anna Carrera  |  Oct 25, 2019

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Fighting triple negative breast cancer with “I” and “U”

Meridian, Jeff, and Autumn Sobel signing the agreement establishing the Becky Sobel Breast Cancer Research Fund on what would have been Becky’s 50th Birthday. Beginning

Ryan Bowman  |  Oct 07, 2019

Myron Gill

Multiple myeloma patient believes a cure is around the corner

Myron Gill was 50-years old when he began experiencing excruciating back pain. Doctors ran several tests and couldn’t figure out what was wrong with him.

Christine Drury  |  Aug 13, 2019

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I am evidence of what research can do and will do

At 26, and a new mother, Nadia Miller’s dreams were typical. She wanted a big family, a career and hoped to one day travel the

IU School of Medicine  |  Aug 06, 2019

Pam Perry

Pam Perry won’t let cancer push her dreams aside

Updated October 2019 In memory of Pam Perry. When breast cancer spreads, it often lands in bones, typically the ribs or hips. In Pam Perry’s

Alyssa Geisler  |  Aug 05, 2019