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Guidelines are continuing to evolve to meet the changing landscape of cancer and the new technologies to find and treat it.
Researchers believe their greater understanding of leukemia stem cells will lead to more treatment options for people with the blood cancer.
Ongoing work hopes to discover if interventions designed to boost caregiver wellbeing could boost patient outcomes.
Insurance providers are starting to recognize the benefits of concurrent therapy and hospice care.
“The challenge now is to exploit this knowledge for therapeutics,” says researcher Joaquin Espinosa, PhD.
The study used two FDA-approved drugs to the pre-leukemic cells while leaving healthy stem cells alone.
Retinoic acid changed the immune-suppressor cells melanoma uses to shield itself.
Small Phase I trial saw an increased survival rate in people with locally advanced head and neck cancer and a history of heavy smoking.
Doctors with personal cancer experience are 17 percent likelier to prescribe cancer screenings to low-risk patients.
The digestive system breaks down all the molecules we eat—except the antibodies we ingest in breast milk.
Study finds COPD, asthma and cystic fibrosis gene involved in lung cancer.
The aggressive cancer counteracts the body’s ability to fight it the same way embryo cells suppress the immune system during pregnancy.
The University of Colorado Cancer Center finds that women with obesity are more likely to experience a recurrence of breast cancer.
The findings suggest that existing PRC2 inhibitors, while effective, may be working in a different way than previously believed.
Thyroid tumors may be more susceptible to treatment with precisely targeted radiation known as stereotactic body radiation therapy.
The study reveals how an especially dangerous cancer type initiates the process that allows it to become invisible to the immune system.
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