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Improved detection methods could make a world of difference for patients undergoing cancer therapy.
Registered nurse and testicular cancer survivor Ryan Litwin works to support cancer patients in a number of ways.
If we had listened to my general oncologist, we would have abandoned ship. But now we’re doing the happy dance!
Michael Whitley, 43, has a can-do attitude that helps him navigate a complex path through metastatic kidney cancer.
Researchers build a functional taxonomy of the tumor suppression genes involved in lung cancer.
I hoped the first sign of “growth” in one of my tumors was a measurement error, but the PET scan told me that I’m not fooling anyone.
A new technique called CopyKAT can identify genetic abnormalities linked to cancer in a single cell.
CU Cancer Center’s Joaquin Espinosa, PhD, and his team investigated hypoxia-inducible factors in tumor growth and suppression.
David de Wilde works to spread awareness of testicular cancer in Belgium.
An inside look at five research developments that have the potential to transform the treatment of cancer
I’ve been extremely fortunate to go more than five years longer than the average time on the drug I’m taking. But now things have changed.
New guidelines for treating Wilms Tumor share information for earlier, safer diagnosis and treatment in an effort to reduce disparities.
New research shows that gene activity could be used to predict tumors most likely to benefit from “genotoxic” therapies
Obesity may render T cells around tumors less powerful by causing them to alter how they generate and use energy, a new study suggests.
In the midst of his testicular cancer journey, Anthony Mastrogiulio found his cancer family.
Genomic testing can help customize treatment to target tumors.
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