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About Steven Curley, MD


EMAIL: steven.curley@bcm.edu

VOICE: (713) 798-2262

Professor of Surgery and Chief Division of Surgical Oncology

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, United States

M.D. from The University of Texas Medical School at Houston

Residency from University of New Mexico Hospitals

Fellowship from The University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center


Surgical Oncology

Cancer Research

Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinical Trials



Electromagnetic Field Therapy

Radiofrequency and Microwave Tumor  Ablation

Molecular Biology

Mathematical Modeling

Drug Development

Dr. Curley Awarded $3 Million a Year for 3 Years to Study RF Treatments for Pancreatic and Liver Cancers


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Professor of Surgical Oncology, Professor of Nanomaterials Science
Baylor College of Medicine
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
Surgical Oncology, cancer research, multidisciplinary cancer clinical trials, nanotechnology, nanomedicine, electromagnetic field therapy, radiofrequency and microwave tumor ablation, molecular biology, mathematical modeling, drug development

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Steven Curley, M.D.'s Blog


Cancer sucks.  You may have seen the buttons, t-shirts, signs, or even Twitter and Internet sites bearing this proclamation.  I first saw this pronouncement when a new patient, a young woman who is the subject of this story, handed me a button and emphatically ordered, “Put this on your coat, and don’t forget it!”  Yes ma’am.

First, a disclaimer.  Do not read this story if you are looking for a happy ending.  There is none.  This story is about the ugly truth of what cancer does to…


Posted on October 20, 2015 at 5:29pm


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