University of Colorado Cancer Center

Cancer Research

The University of Colorado Cancer Center in Denver is one of just 45 elite Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the entire country and the only one in Colorado. We're known worldwide for developing and setting new standards in the treatment of many types of cancer. What does this mean? It means our patients gain the benefit of groundbreaking research and clinical trials and providing access to those trials to all of the communities we serve. And, of course, it means they get exemplary patient care. Our 5-year cancer outcomes far outpace state averages as well as those of many other cancer centers in the U.S.

Cancer Treatments

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Evolving Immunotherapies for Solid Organ Tumors

Martin D. McCarter, MD, Surgical oncologist from the University of Colorado discuss the topic of evolving Immunotherapies for solid organ tumors.

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CSU Career Center's BioTech Connect: Ross Camidge

Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, Director of Thoracic Oncology Clinical Program and Associate Director for Clinical Research, University of Colorado Comprehensive Cancer Center --The Cancer Drug Development Re(E)volution presented at the 2014 BioTech Connect.

Featured Articles
New Tools to Help Fight Pancreatic Cancer

New Tools to Help Fight Pancreatic Cancer

February 23, 2016

University of Colorado Hospital now offers specialists and a minimally-invasive surgery that are offered at few centers in the nation