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Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation scientists work to develop drugs for people with KRAS-driven cancers.
Among babies with Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome, scientist are identifying which genetic changes are more likely to cause cancers.
In animal studies, calorie-restricted diets slowed pancreatic tumor growth more than did high-fat ketogenic diets.
P-NET is a “biologically informed deep learning model” capable of guessing a prostate cancer patient’s disease state.
Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Fellows are mapping the genetics of DNA repair, with implications for cancer research.
An estrogen receptor known as ERα plays a critical role in more than 70% of breast cancers.
These findings highlight the importance of mutation-specific care in MPN, not only at diagnosis but in treatment counseling and follow-up.
David Julius, PhD, and Ardem Patapoutian, PhD, have been awarded the Nobel Prize for discoveries of receptors for temperature and touch.
Scientists build on the finding that pancreatic cancer cells use GOT1 to reroute energy and build more cancer cells.
Improved detection methods could make a world of difference for patients undergoing cancer therapy.
A combination of three immunotherapy drugs shows promise in animal studies.
A new study sheds light on how cholesterol fills clear-cell renal cell carcinoma with cholesterol.
Introducing errors in short-lived RNA causes tumors to present antigens on their cell surface, stimulating an immune response.
The five scientists with exceptional promise and novel approaches to fighting cancer have been named the 2021 recipients.
By analyzing the genome of the cells in each stage, researchers were able to identify what changes drive the progression of leukemia.
A new technique called CopyKAT can identify genetic abnormalities linked to cancer in a single cell.
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