Location: Penn State Cancer Institute
Penn State Cancer Institute is now the first and only oncology center in central Pennsylvania to offer patients CAR T-cell therapy, a cutting-edge treatment that has been successful treating a common type of lymphoma.
On Tuesday, July 3, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and the Hershey Symphony Orchestra will present “An American Salute,” the annual Independence Day celebration on the front lawn of the Medical Center.
Natasha Renee Burse, a graduate research assistant and doctor of public health (DrPH) student at Penn State College of Medicine, is working to improve outcomes for minority women diagnosed with cancer.
Penn State Health and Andrews Patel Hematology/Oncology announced today they have reached agreement to join together to provide unmatched, patient-focused oncology and hematology services to central Pennsylvania and the surrounding region.
The Penn State Cancer Institute has funds available through the Developmental Funds Award (DFA) to help assist investigators with the resubmission of grant applications that were recently submitted and unfunded.
A team of medical researchers have taken a step in investigating whether a type of RNA found to be linked to cancers - called microRNAs - could one day be used as a more accurate screening test for prostate cancer.