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Shaping the Future: Wilmot Equips the Next Generation of Oncologists and Scientists

Shaping the Future: Wilmot Equips the Next Generation of Oncologists and Scientists

As part of an academic medical center, Wilmot Cancer Institute has a responsibility to develop the next generation of physicians and researchers and to help shape the ever-evolving landscape of science and medicine. 

Does Chemo Brain Go Away? Wilmot Scientists Investigate

Does Chemo Brain Go Away? Wilmot Scientists Investigate

Wilmot Cancer Institute scientists have already discovered that “chemo brain” is a substantial problem that can linger for six months after chemotherapy ends. A new, $3 million grant ensures the research will continue — with the next questions focusing on whether the cognitive decline can continue for up to 10 years and how best to treat it.

Wilmot Receives $29M NCORP Grant: A Q&A with Gary Morrow

Wilmot Receives $29M NCORP Grant: A Q&A with Gary Morrow

Cancer Control research focuses on making life better for cancer patients. Now, as a patient himself, Researcher Gary Morrow, Ph.D., MS., says he’s been able to experience the science he helped to sow.

Exercise and Cancer Research: Setting New Standards, Giving Patients Control 

Exercise and Cancer Research: Setting New Standards, Giving Patients Control 

Wilmot has a cadre of scientists studying the benefits of physical activity when cancer strikes.

Fact Check: Breast Cancer and Nutritional Supplements

Fact Check: Breast Cancer and Nutritional Supplements

Wilmot researcher Luke Peppone, Ph.D., MPH,  shares insight on the role of nutritional supplements for women who have a history of breast cancer.