Rein in Sarcoma and Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota are excited to sponsor the 2022
Tag: Sarcoma Doctors and Researchers
Back in 2004 when Rein in Sarcoma awarded its first $10,000 research grant, it felt like a
Sarcoma survivor and Rein in Sarcoma volunteer, Miranda Mead, has served for the past three
The past 18 months have been challenging, especially for those in the healthcare field. We would like to take the opportunity to allow our community members to share messages of thanks and gratitude to those healthcare workers who have made a difference in your (or loved one’s) lives. Whether it was a staff member in the cafeteria, the valet, a chemotherapy nurse, radiologist, etc., it is important to hear how these individuals have impacted the lives of sarcoma patients and their families.
On September 16, the 2021-2022 scholars participated in a Sarcoma Boot Camp facilitated by leading sarcoma experts. The Sarcoma Scholar Boot Camp provided intensive education on sarcoma cancers, setting the stage for the rest of their scholar year.
It can be really hard to love sarcoma cells when you’re a cancer patient. Yet
University of Minnesota Professor and medical oncologist Keith Skubitz has been treating people with sarcoma cancer for over 20 years.
Medical research is like a 1,000-piece puzzle. Researchers craft studies to discover new pieces, advances
Logan Spector is not a medical doctor, but he does have the opportunity to talk
2020 RIS Research Grants Awarded to Mayo Clinic and Children’s Minnesota
Rein in Sarcoma has awarded $40,000 in new sarcoma research grants to Children’s Minnesota and