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Dana-Farber researchers develop precision medicine tool that could help personalize cancer treatments

02/27/15

A new laboratory test predicts which of several cancer drugs will work best against a patient’s tumor, and could become a precision medicine tool for individualizing cancer therapy. …read more Source:: Cancer


Indiana U researchers identify pancreatic cancer patients who may benefit from personalized treatment

02/27/15

Cancer researchers at Indiana University report that about 15 percent of people with pancreatic cancer may benefit from therapy targeting a newly identified gene signature. …read more Source:: Cancer


St. Jude researchers find that an inherited gene variation leaves young leukemia patients at risk for peripheral neuropathy

02/25/15

Research led by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital investigators could help reduce side effects associated with the anti-cancer drug vincristine, which is widely used to treat cancer in children and adults. …read more Source:: Cancer


U of Colorado researchers find that even low-androgen triple-negative breast cancer responds to anti-androgen therapy

02/25/15

Clinical trials are underway of anti-androgen drugs against high-androgen triple-negative breast cancers, and new work from the University of Colorado Cancer Center shows the threshold for benefit from anti-androgen therapies may be much lower than previously thought. …read more Source:: … Read More


MD Anderson studies skin cancer patients resistant to therapy

02/24/15

Researchers may have found a way to more accurately predict which patients will likely respond to genomic-based follow-up therapies, by looking at unique protein patterns in melanoma patients. …read more Source:: Cancer


Stanford study finds that customized DNA rings aid early cancer detection in mice

02/24/15

Tiny DNA rings, carrying instructions for making a blood-detectable biomarker, can enter both healthy cells and cancer cells. …read more Source:: Cancer


MD Anderson researchers find that breast cancer spread may be tied to cells that regulate blood flow

02/20/15

Scientists at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center believe that targeting blood vessel cells known as pericytes may offer a potential new therapeutic approach when combined with vascular growth factors responsible for cell death. …read more Source:: Cancer


Yale researchers find that sunlight continues to damage skin in the dark

02/20/15

Much of the damage that ultraviolet radiation does to skin occurs hours after sun exposure, a team of Yale-led researchers concluded. …read more Source:: Cancer


Brigham and Women’s Hospital present study for predicting cancers’ cell of origin

02/19/15

A study led by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital suggests a new way to trace cancer back to its cell type of origin. …read more Source:: Cancer


Washington University researchers use camel and alpaca antibodies to target anticancer viruses directly to tumors

02/19/15

Using antibodies from camels and alpacas, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found a way to deliver anticancer viruses directly to tumor cells, leaving other types of cells uninfected. …read more Source:: Cancer


8530 W. Sunset Drive, Suite 330,

Las Vegas, NV 89113

2340 E. Calvada Blvd, Suite #7.

Pahrump, NV 89048

Welcome to Hope Cancer Care of Nevada.

As you begin the journey toward recovery, whether you are a patient or caregiver, it is important to select a team of professionals who aim to not only treat the condition, but the entire individual as well.

At Hope Cancer Care of Nevada, we view our patients as family. Our practice utilizes state-of-the-art cancer treatment technologies including chemo within a relaxed and inviting environment; proficient cancer care doctor’s and is administered by a staff that places the patient’s dignity and comfort at the forefront.

Caregiver support, alternative practices, chemotherapy, tranquil settings and high-end modern amenities come together to create a truly comprehensive cancer care facility at our cancer center in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is the Hope difference. Take a moment to explore the possibilities available at Hope.