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Hematologist Nina Shah discusses the treatment plan of a patient diagnosed with a smoldering multiple myeloma (MM).
With the advent of immunotherapy, UCSF physicians are incorporating clinical trials into head and neck cancer patient care and changing the treatment paradigm.
Insoo Suh, MD, presents a case history of a patient presenting with an enlarging right lower neck lump first noticed by self-palpatation.
Insoo Suh, MD, continues his presentation on the case history of a patient presenting with an enlarging right lower neck lump by detailing the surgical management, final pathology and follow up strategy for the patient.
Bonnie Joe, MD, PhD, discusses how breast MRI is performed, common indications for breast MRI and advanced methods for biopsy and pre-surgical localization of tumors.
Bonnie Joe, MD explains the differences between screening and diagnostic mammography, shows evidence for screening, answers common questions about radiation risk and false positives and discusses digital breast tomosynthesis, also known as 3D mammography.
Oncologist David Oh speaks at the October 2017 Bay Area Breast Cancer Forum about key developments in immunotherapy like immune checkpoint inhibitors and T-cell therapies, plus its use in experimental approaches to breast cancer treatment.
Discover the surprising way a simple surgery can vastly improve quality of life for head and neck cancer patients after radiation treatment. How? By moving the submandibular gland out of the way of the most intense radiation to prevent xerostomia.
Take a deep dive into therapy options for newly diagnosed myeloma patients: whether three drugs are better than two, the case for lenalidomide maintenance therapy, the many improvements in induction treatment, the future of immunotherapy, and more.
Specialized treatments for acute and chronic blood conditions, from cancers to the full range of non-malignant blood disorders
Expert care to improve both survival and quality of life
Highly specialized care for patients with melanoma, Merkel Cell and other skin cancers
UCSF is a leader in the newest forms of cellular immunotherapy, which have been shown to be particularly effective in the treatment of B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) and B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (B-ALL).
Expert care and transformative research working together to improve both survival and quality of life
featuring surgeons who are subspecialty-trained and leaders in the field of endocrine surgery
UCSF Health offers a robotic thoracic surgery program specializing in treating thoracic disease.