When David Schwartz, MD, was finishing college at Stanford, he wasn’t sure what was next. There was possibly law school, a career in literature or a few other options, but medical school didn’t top the list. “I had worked as a camp counselor every summer, and then I got an opportunity to be a counselor… Read More
In the Media Tag: cancer
While deaths from all forms of cancer dropped nationally by 20 percent over the past 35 years, a new study shows that death rates actually increased in some U.S. counties, including in rural areas of Tennessee, Kentucky and other parts of the South. he death rate varied depending on the type of cancer, but was… Read More
The Kosten Foundation’s Purple Night is set for Saturday, Oct. 15, at 4 p.m. at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Auditorium in the Cancer Research Building at 19 S. Manassas St.
Shorb said that the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis remains Methodist’s academic partner and the Mayo collaboration is going to enhance UTHSC researchers, faculty and residents as well as other Methodist physicians.