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Low-dose screening gives smokers early insight into lung cancer

No-fuss low-dose screening tool for lung cancer is available to qualified smokers.

Innovative New Equipment Improves Patient Access, Image Quality

New Positron Emissions Tomography or PET-CT machine at Carle Cancer Institute paves the way for increased access, faster scanning and diagnosis for patients.

New High-Risk Breast Clinic identifies preventative actions to save lives

Ask your primary care, obstetrician or gynecologist if your family history of breast cancer qualifies you for high-risk assessment and services.

Landmark study to help Vermilion County women with breast cancer

Carle offering National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Tomosynthesis Mammographic Imaging Screening Trial, or TMIST, that analyzes two types of digital mammography (2 dimensional or 3D) for breast cancer screenings and collects blood and saliva to guide future research.

Cancer Survivors Recover and Thrive Together

The Annual Carle Cancer Center retreat is moving forward online to protect patients and family members. The event remains free and open to anyone affected by cancer regardless of where they receive treatment.

High-powered magnet’s arrival brings Carle and the University closer to groundbreaking research

Partners equally await the arrival of the Siemens Terra 7 Tesla (7T) MRI on Sept. 10 in Urbana to expand decades-long research and clinical partnership to benefit patients and the community.

Community Cancer Center Ownership to Change

Ownership of the Community Cancer Center in Normal will change, effective September 1, 2020

Limited in-person support groups resume next week

Carle Cancer Center will resume support groups in person

Carle Cancer Center powers up robotic surgery

New dynamic duo of surgeons primed to help patients navigate a complicated esophageal cancer with surgery.

New nursing scholarship opens up to all who hear the call

While Carle nurse Phyllis Wickert Rogers ultimately lost her battle with cancer in 2019, her legacy will live on, thanks to a unique nursing scholarship created by her family.

From the Corner Store to the Cutting Edge

Major gift creates first postdoctoral fellowship at Carle.

Study: Healthy diet may avert nutritional problems in head, neck cancer patients

Eating foods high in antioxidants and other micronutrients prior to diagnosis may help patients in the long run.

New research collaborations will alter tomorrow's standard of care

Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute connects with Cancer Center at Illinois to establish new possibilities for cancer patients.

Complex brain surgery provides new lease on a 'full and complete life'

Julian Wade needed a complicated brain surgery to stop an aggressive tumor. Carle Neuroscience Institute was there.

Three-time cancer survivor finally 'ready to talk about it'

September cancer survivor retreat open to all aims to help patients, families continue moving forward after a cancer diagnosis.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy provides post-radiation relief

After prostate cancer treatment, Milton Rhodes learned hyperbaric oxygen therapy could help with his uncommon side effect.

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