• 10-year-old sworn in as honorary Houston VA police chief

    Houston VA swore in new honorary police chief 10-year-old DJ Daniel who is battling terminal spinal and brain cancer. “Welcome aboard, Chief.”

  • Colorectal cancer screening: what you need to know

    Each year, VA diagnoses 4,000 new cases of colorectal cancer in Veterans. Colorectal cancer screening can help detect cancer early.

  • Cancer screening leads to better outcomes and healthier Veterans

    Scheduling regular check-ups to make sure cancer screenings take place is one way to catch or prevent cancer. Your VA provider can answer questions on what screening tests make sense for you based on your personal history and your risk factors.

  • Join VA and the White House Cancer Cabinet Community Conversation

    VA’s Cancer Cabinet Community Conversation roundtable will be held at Noon EST on July 26, and the public is welcome to join us via YouTube.

  • Million Veteran Program study offers new insights on genetic risk for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

    NAFLD is a growing cause of liver disease. It has an estimated worldwide prevalence of 25% in adults. In the United States, that prevalence is projected to climb to nearly 34% by 2030.

  • #VADidThat: TeleOncology, Veterans and cancer care

    VA’s National TeleOncology allows Veterans to receive world-class oncology care and services, regardless of where they live.

  • Aim(ing) for the Moonshot: Cancer Survivorship and Screening

    Aiming for the Moonshot: If you are diagnosed with cancer, Choose VA for your cancer care and survivorship.

  • Research opportunities abound at VA

    Dr. Daphne Friedman joined VA as an oncologist at the […]

  • The National TeleOncology Service is hiring. Apply today!

    National TeleOncology Service is looking for talented academic hematologists or oncologists who are licensed to practice in the United States

  • Now hiring: Oncologists for VA’s National TeleOncology Service

    VA National Oncology Program (NOP) is actively hiring oncologists for their National TeleOncology service (NTO).

  • Veterans join panel during National Research Week

    On research panel, Marine Veteran shared his struggles after serving near Open Burn Pits. “They have taken the time to try to understand.”

  • Black Veterans receive equal, or superior, lung cancer care in VA

    Non-small cell lung cancer, the most common form of lung cancer, is the leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States. Surgery is the gold standard treatment for early-stage lung cancer.

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