Colorado cancer experts have announced plans to pursue construction of the nation's first carbon-ion radiotherapy research and treatment facility in Aurora, where they would provide leading-edge radiation therapy that is effective against the deadliest cancers and now is available only in Europe and Japan. CSU specialists in radiation science and pet oncology are helping to lead the effort.
A bomb-sniffing war dog that saved thousands of American lives in Iraq and Afghanistan has a new lease on life after heart surgery Sept. 16 at CSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
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When Scott Lenaway was first deployed to Iraq, he was assigned to one of the most dangerous jobs in the Army -driving huge trucks full of flammable fuel. As a combat medic, Melissa Hoffman spent 15 months caring for soldiers and villagers in Nuristan Province, Afghanistan. Both earned degrees last May and shared their stories with the CSU Magazine.
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