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A new study finds that inherited genetic variation plays a role in who is likely to benefit from cancer immunotherapies.
Study shows that screening kits from a drive-by flu vaccination clinic increased access to colorectal cancer screening for Black Americans
Obesity may render T cells around tumors less powerful by causing them to alter how they generate and use energy, a new study suggests.
Some patients develop a secondary blood cancer after receiving radiation or chemotherapy treatment for their initial cancer diagnosis
A genomic study has uncovered molecular changes in tumors that may lead to dramatic and long-lasting responses to cancer therapy.
Study finds that deaths from cancer accounted for more than 4 million potential years of life lost in 2017
Tips and tools to help you better understand cancer risk, scientific research and clinical studies
The PROMISE study aims to identify people with conditions that are precursors of multiple myeloma and track their health over time.
A French study has found that people who regularly consume sugary drinks, like soda and fruit juice, may be more likely to develop cancer.
Men who ate yogurt at least twice a week were 26% less likely to have polyps with the potential to become malignant.
Frequent use of indoor tanning services is carcinogenic and addictive at a genetic level.
Given the long timeline needed for human studies, people today should not expect this technology to be proven and fully approved for years.
“Our goal is to make cancer survivors feel like they’re part of a team,” says study author Heather Leach, PhD.
Overall, the therapy worked very well in the mice used in the study. The first human clinical trial will be in adult brain cancers.
Researchers propose using a less-than-one-in-a-million level—or the absence of minimal residual disease—to measure drugs’ effectiveness.
Researchers called the results of treatment using Venclexta (venetoclax) and Vidaza (azacitidine) “remarkably impressive.”
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