Prouty community reaches record-breaking fundraising goal for 40th year
Dartmouth’s and Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center Earns National Accreditation from the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons
Norris Cotton Cancer Center Researchers Discover How a Plant Virus Activates the Immune System Against Cancer
Immunology researchers led by Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC) have identified pathways through which cowpea mosaic virus, a plant virus that does not infect mammals, is recognized by the immune system.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Geisel School of Medicine, and State, Regional and National Cancer Experts Partner to Present the New Hampshire Childhood Cancer Conference June 10, 2021
Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Cancer Researchers Discover Cutting-Edge Approach to Fighting a Form of Deadly Cancer
Researchers at Norris Cotton Cancer Center have developed a way to predict chemotherapy response to tailor treatments for pancreatic cancer patients
Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Other Top U.S. Cancer Centers Call for Urgent Action to Get Cancer-Preventing HPV Vaccination Back on Track
Dartmouth’s and D-H's Norris Cotton Cancer Center is partnering with 70 other National Cancer Institute designated cancer centers to issue a joint statement urging the nation’s physicians, parents and young adults to get the HPV vaccination back on track.
The Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center announce a hybrid Prouty event, with in-person and virtual participation options available this summer. Registration is open at TheProuty.org.
Researchers at Norris Cotton Cancer Center Are Studying the Use of Estrogen to Target Drug-Resistant Breast Cancer
An ongoing clinical trial at NCCC will determine whether the strategy of cycling between estrogen therapy and anti-estrogen therapies is effective in human patients with advanced breast cancer.
Three teams receive awards from the Dartmouth Innovations Accelerator for Cancer
NH Cancer Researchers Find Cellular Evidence Behind Lasting Immune Response in Some Cancer Survivors
Researchers have found that a certain subpopulation of cells that enters a patient’s skin and blood during immunotherapy is behind the excellent and long-lasting immune responses to cancer that some survivors develop.