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January 28, 2021

Linda Kelly Finds Hope and Care During COVID-19

Linda Kelly, a 66-year-old mother of four daughters, was diagnosed with breast cancer 20 years ago and received treatment that included a mastectomy and radiation. The medical intervention saved her life but led to some later complications that forced her to seek additional care. COVID-19 almost brought a complete stop to Linda's medical care but after meeting with doctors at UNC, they immediately admitted her and started her on the road to recovery.

Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH

September 21, 2020

UNC Lineberger partners with NC Health and Human Services, American Cancer Society to increase colorectal cancer screening in vulnerable populations

UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Carolina Cancer Screening Initiative and the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network are partnering with the NC DHHS Cancer Prevention and Control Branch to increase colorectal cancer screening through evidence-based interventions and other strategies in partnership with NC Federally Qualified Health Centers and the American Cancer Society. At Lineberger, this effort is led by Dan Reuland, MD, MPH.