Knowing No Borders

“If I can give the world another 10 or 20 years worth of Veatrice Harris, that makes me feel pretty good.” Thomas Shea — a professor in the UNC School of Medicine and medical co-director of the UNC Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy Program — became a doctor because he thought it was the […]

Drug delivery device toxic for tumors, not patients

“We use the device to hit the primary tumor hard. It’s an exciting approach because there is so little systemic toxicity that it leaves room to administer additional drugs against cancer cells that may have spread in the rest of the body.” — Jen Jen Yeh, M.D. Associate Professor, UNC School of Medicine Pancreatic cancer is deadly. But a […]