Colorectal cancer is a cancer that can be prevented.
Thank you to those who dedicate their lives to healing, teaching and searching for medical breakthroughs.
Look for the UChoose label to find healthy food options at UI Hospitals and Clinics dining areas and elsewhere on the UI campus.
UI Carver College of Medicine students continue to study gross anatomy in the dissection lab, but they also experience dissection on a virtual cadaver using 3-D interactive software. The Cyber-Anatomy program presents almost 10,000 body parts in medically accurate detail.
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Nearly half of this year's UI medical graduates chose primary care specialties, which include family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics and obstetrics and gynecology.
Using a newly created pig model that genetically replicates the most
common form of cystic fibrosis, University of Iowa researchers have now
shown that the CF protein is "misprocessed" in the pigs and does not end
up in the correct cellular location.
The physician assistant program at the UI Carver College of Medicine retained its No. 1 position among public universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report ranking of graduate schools.
University of Iowa researchers have identified a new gene mutation that causes muscular dystrophy and have engineered the human gene mutation into a mouse, creating a new mouse model that could help screen potential drugs to treat this type of muscular dystrophy.
UI Health Care salutes two outstanding staff members honored as 2011
Women of Influence by the Corridor Business Journal.
Report: Though cancer death rates continue to decline across the state, cancer remains a leading cause of death in Iowa.
Younkers presented a check for $21,000 for breast cancer research at the UI Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Colorectal cancer is a cancer that can be prevented. Most colorectal cancers start as benign polyps that can change over time to become cancerous. The goal of regular screening is to find and remove polyps before they become cancerous. Colon cancer also responds best to treatment when found and treated early. It is important to know that colon cancer may not cause symptoms in early stages.
Getting a colonoscopy is your first step in preventing colon cancer.