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UCSF study sheds light on the reasons behind sex differences in cancer-associated myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle.
University of California San Francisco hosted First Lady Jill Biden to speak about the Cancer Moonshot and breast cancer research.
Tumor immune microenvironments may provide clues to future therapies, say UCSF-led researchers.
Promising research shows that marking the mutated KRAS protein of cancer cells can signal the immune system to destroy that cancer.
Overturning Roe v. Wade may lead to compromises in cancer care and potential loss of life, according to UCSF perspective article.
The study of 273 cancer survivors found that over 50% experienced significant hearing loss and more than 35% reported tinnitus.
A global team studies the underlying forces that turn cells cancerous—and hopes to learn ways to stop cancer before it even starts.
A look at the scientists behind David Julius’s Nobel Prize for discoveries regarding the proteins that help us sense temperature and pain.
The new cancer subtypes help better characterize a person’s tumor. The goal is to get the right drug to the right patient.
University of California San Francisco researchers uncover common immune microenvironments across different types of cancer.
New skin graph techniques result in pigmented tissue that better matches the cancer patients’ facial color.
A new FDA-approved imaging technique for prostate cancer locates cancer lesions in the pelvic area to which the tumors have migrated.
A UCSF study reveals the pandemic’s deep mental health impact among people with cancer.
Researchers at the UC San Francisco want to better understand why some cancers metastasize and how they might be more effectively treated.
Smart ring may flag early illnesses, UCSF-UCSD study shows
Exclusion from parents’ insurance may lead to life-threatening lapses in chemo and radiation, study shows.
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