September 6, 2013

Blacks Sought To Help Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening
The Ledger “Robin’s Rx” blog – Sept. 5
Moffitt Cancer Center is trying to improve colorectal cancer screening programs for black men and women, who have the highest incidence of colorectal cancer.

New Tampa trial aims to help child cancer patients
WFLA, News Channel 9 – Sept. 4
He walked into one of Moffitt Cancer Center's labs Wednesday wearing a grin and a yellow t-shirt that said "FORTUNE FAVORS THE BALD."

New research to start on childhood cancer
Bay News 9 – Sept. 4
Dr. Damon Reed treats cancer patients at Moffitt Cancer Center and All Children’s Hospital and is the lead investigator in the trial.

UF, Moffitt Get Good News
Health News Florida – Sept. 4
Meanwhile, Moffitt Cancer Center has a new medical director for the DeBartolo Family Personalized Medicine Institute, Tampa Bay Business Journal reports.

Moffitt dips into biotech gene pool for new leader
Tampa Bay Business Journal – Sept. 3
Moffitt Cancer Center hired an internationally recognized geneticist as the new medical director for the DeBartolo Family Personalized Medicine Institute.

University Mall in Tampa poised — to do something
Tampa Bay Times – Sept. 2
USF, Moffitt Cancer Center, Florida Hospital Tampa and MOSI do just fine there.

Moffitt scientists: Sequestration cuts hurting cancer research
Bay News 9 – Aug. 31
Scientists at Moffitt Cancer Center say sequestration is putting some studies in question because there’s not enough money to go around.


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