Biography - Sharon Reynolds

Sharon Reynolds has written professionally about science and technology since 1998. She received a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz and spent several years in an evolutionary genetics laboratory before becoming a full-time writer. Prior to coming to NCI, she worked for the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco, including the Division of Neuro-oncology and the Brain Tumor Research Center. Sharon joined the staff of the NCI Cancer Bulletin in 2005.

Selected articles by Sharon Reynolds:

Crunching Numbers: What Cancer Screening Statistics Really Tell Us

Studies Raise Concerns about Partial-Breast Radiation Therapy

Imaging Boot Camp for Cancer Researchers

Coming Home to Roost: The Self-Seeding Hypothesis of Tumor Growth

The Downside of Diagnostic Imaging

Video Eases End-of-Life Care Discussions

Independent Task Force Updates Recommendations on Breast Cancer Screening

Dietary Supplements and Cancer Treatment: A Risky Mixture