Moffitt in the News - Media Coverage of Moffitt Cancer Center

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July 25 - Aug. 1, 2014

Bay area lab developing less toxic cancer treatment
WTSP 10 News – July 31

Researchers at the new Pediatric Cancer Foundation's Sunshine Project Research Lab at Moffitt Cancer Center are on the verge of developing less toxic treatments for pediatric patients.

Rep. Grant's the winner in Florida ethics commission ruling
Tampa Bay Times – July 31

In the investigative report, Grant said he was a co-sponsor because of a provision which provided funding for the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute from a portion of the cigarette tax collections.

Montelione files for re-election in 2015
The Tampa Tribune – July 30

She said she’d like to see the city redevelop the north Tampa neighborhoods near USF, Florida Hospital Tampa and Moffitt Cancer Center in a way to would cater to the people who work at those and other high-tech institutions nearby.

Council approves Telecom Park roadway extension
The Tampa Tribune – July 30

Telecom Parkway’s extension is significant, he said, because Morris Bridge Road and Fletcher Avenue are two of the city’s main gateways to the University of South Florida, Moffitt Cancer Center and Florida Hospital Tampa.

Regenstrief brings 10M EHRs to Deloitte’s big data gathering
MedCity News – July 30

The informatics and health research organization joins Utah’s Intermountain Healthcare and Florida’s Moffitt Cancer Center, which are already working with Deloitte as part of the industry-wide shift toward more efficient, more informed care based on data collaboration.

Remembering Arnold Goodman
The Myeloma Beacon – July 30

Long-time Beacon columnist Dr. Arnold Goodman, known to most of his readers as just “Arnie,” passed away yesterday in the company of his family at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.

Lion, Moffitt sign licensing deal
Tampa Bay Business Journal – July 29

Lion Biotechnologies Inc. signed an exclusive license agreement with Moffitt Cancer Center, giving Lion an exclusive world-wide license to Moffitt’s rights in and to two patent-pending technologies related to ways to use tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes for cell therapy.

John Cleveland
Tampa Bay Business Journal – July 29

Cleveland joined Moffitt as the associate center director of Basic Science.

Jae Lee
Tampa Bay Business Journal – July 29

Lee has joined Moffitt as chair of the department of biostatistics and bioinformatics, a group of scientists who collaborate with other researchers and physicians in designing, monitoring and interpreting research studies, as well as developing and analyzing data sets.

New analysis method finds possible therapeutic targets for drug resistant melanoma
Oncology Nurse Advisor – July 25

“While targeted therapy drugs, such as BRAF and MEK inhibitors, have been associated with impressive responses in melanoma patients, most patients will eventually fail therapy,” said Keiran Smalley, PhD, associate member of the Cancer Biology and Evolution Program at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.

‘AIDS-free generation’ unlikely in near future, says researcher – July 25

AIDS expert Dr. John Greene, with the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida, says Clinton was referring to progress in Third World countries. But he suggests that Clinton’s hope of an “AIDS-free generation” is not necessarily achievable.

Role of Adjuvant Radiation Therapy in Melanoma
OncLive – July 25

Jeffrey S. Weber, MD, PhD, Director, Donald A. Adam Comprehensive Melanoma Research Center, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute

Senior Voice America – July 25

Medical testing recommendations seem to change on a yearly basis. Dr. Bhavika Patel, Moffitt Cancer Center, informs us on the new breast cancer screening recommendations and what the new 3-dimensional mammogram is.


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