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Yung S. Lie, PhD, is the first scientist and alumna to lead the organization since it was founded in 1946.
By investing in research, we can work together to prevent cancer and find cures to save lives.
Researchers and patients are reeling over an Israeli Biotech’s claim to have found a cure-all for cancer.
Study reveals how blood vessels in the bone marrow protect dormant tumor cells, suggests a way to kill them in their sleep.
An interview with researcher Mario Suvà, MD, PhD
Success stories from past awardees include the gene-editing technology CRISPR and revolutionary single-cell sequencing techniques.
Cancer Research UK created a 3D model of breast cancer, giving researchers an inside view of how cancer cells interact with healthy tissue.
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“I’m so impressed by the brilliance and dedication of the researchers and doctors in this field,” says MRA co-founder Debra Black.
New tech is giving scientists unprecedented insights into single cells’ inner workings.
“The future of breast cancer therapy is tied to the idea of individualizing treatment for each patient,” says Sara Tolaney, MD, MPH.
Growing cells in solutions that don’t properly mimic animal cells could be skewing results.
We are doing even more to support these extraordinary young scientists, whose ideas have the potential to make game-changing breakthroughs.
From immunotherapy to liquid biopsies to new research on side effects—here’s what to expect in 2019.
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