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According to Neil Box, PhD, chemicals in sunscreens have been used for more than 40 years, yet there is little evidence of any harm.
“Just like a burn, a tan is a biomarker of DNA damage that increases skin cancer risk.”
“[We must] make sure these families have access to the resources they need to ensure their children can get the highest quality care.”
“One reason trial enrollment may be decreasing is that good treatments have been developed for some of the most common childhood cancers.”
“This could be a piece of the puzzle explaining why these patients with lung cancer tend to have worse outcomes than white patients."
“People are having sleep issues, anxiety, or symptoms of panic like feeling their heartbeat or sweating.”
Research follows a trend in targeting not only the faulty genetics of cancer but also the tumor microenvironment.
Scientists just have to find the right chemotherapy to treat children with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.
“As far as we know, immunotherapy on its own would not make patients more susceptible to COVID-19."
“I felt any small contribution I might make for sarcoma patients could have a huge impact on them and the way the disease is treated.”
“Why would patients take more chemotherapy and have more side effects, when less chemotherapy seems equally or even more beneficial?”
The goal is to “make customizable stem cell products that could be adapted to any particular patient.”
This is not the same behavior of lactate we get from doing exercise, which has positive signaling properties to improve physical fitness.
The molecule acts specifically against head and neck cancer stem cells, resulting in better tumor control and less toxicity to healthy cells
The study followed up with people five to seven years after treatment, allowing the researchers to correlate blood factors with survival.
Targeted therapies and immunotherapies may be effective against the bone metastases that grow from primary prostate cancers.
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