COVID-19: For information related to COVID-19 (formerly referred to as “novel coronavirus"), visit

VCU Massey Cancer Center


2014 Archive

And the award goes to…

Once again, numerous VCU Massey Cancer Center physicians were recognized as “Top Docs” in Richmond Magazine’s April 2014 issue. The list included 20 doctors from multiple specialties who provide care to Massey’s patients. The selections were the result of a survey that asked Richmond-area physicians who they would recommend in a range of specialties. The following Massey physicians were named as top performers in their respective categories.

Continue reading →


Researchers uncover allergy-cancer connection

While many are stocking up on allergy medicine in preparation for spring, a new study from researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center has uncovered a new connection between allergy and cancer that could potentially lead to therapies involving common antihistamines.

Continue reading →

VCU welcomes new clinical research services executive director

Fredika A. Robertson, Ph.D., has joined Virginia Commonwealth University as its new executive director of Clinical Research Services (CRS) for the Center for Clinical and Translational Research (CCTR). She is also a professor in the Department of Internal Medicine in the VCU School of Medicine and a member of the Developmental Therapeutics research program at VCU Massey Cancer Center.

Continue reading →

Dr. Malkin discussing his field and why he believes in the Massey difference.

Massey on the Radio: Dr. Mark Malkin

Massey neuro-oncologist Mark G. Malkin, took to the airwaves recently to discuss his field and why he believes in the Massey difference.

Continue reading →

Colorectal cancer is preventable and treatable

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and, although the incidence rates for the disease have decreased, overall lifetime risk of developing colorectal cancer is 1 in 20, making it the third most common cancer in both men and women. The good news is that due to screening and treatment advances, colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable and treatable types of cancer. As a result, there are now more than 1 million colorectal cancer survivors in the United States. 

Continue reading →