Exposing Cancer’s Roadmap
March 23, 2011 · Comments Off on Exposing Cancer’s Roadmap
Aik-Choon Tan stood outside a hospital room in Baltimore five years ago feeling helpless. The 28-year-old computer scientist was devoting his career to developing complex algorithms to help ferret out the workings of cancer genes. Yet, his work meant nothing to the four-year-old girl inside who was dying of cancer.
The Melanoma Puzzle
July 1, 2010 · Comments Off on The Melanoma Puzzle
Sitting around the dinner table each night, Shannon Clark and her three children play a game they call "High-Low" when each person shares the high point and the low point of their day.
ARRA grants pay dividends for CU Cancer Center researchers
April 1, 2010 · Comments Off on ARRA grants pay dividends for CU Cancer Center researchers
When President Barack Obama signed the $800 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) into...
December 1, 2009 · Comments Off on Survivorship TACTICs
Five caregivers sit at the round table in the internal medicine team room on the fifth floor of University of Colorado Hospital, a stapled pack of papers flipped open in their hands.
The Root of the Matter: Cancer Stem Cells
April 1, 2009 · Comments Off on The Root of the Matter: Cancer Stem Cells
Ask cancer survivors what their greatest fear is, and chances are they'll reply: "The cancer coming back." Recurrence rates can vary widely, from 5 to 95 percent depending on how far the original tumor had spread, its particular molecular characteristics and other clinical factors. But what makes cancer come back?
Setting the Gold Standard
March 15, 2009 · Comments Off on Setting the Gold Standard
When Dr. Marileila Varella-Garcia got an email in 2004, she opened the attached spreadsheet and...
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We are hopeful that entrectinib will help us control many cases of ROS1+ lung cancer in both the body and the brain,” says Robert C. Doebele, MD, PhD.
New approach to genetic testing matches lung cancer patient with life-saving drug
August 30, 2017 · Comments Off on New approach to genetic testing matches lung cancer patient with life-saving drug
James DeGregori goes ‘Over the Edge’ for Cancer League of Colorado
August 20, 2017 · Comments Off on James DeGregori goes ‘Over the Edge’ for Cancer League of Colorado
Refuting the idea that mutations cause cancer
July 31, 2017 · Comments Off on Refuting the idea that mutations cause cancer
Study finds breast cancer driver, HER2, in 3 percent of lung cancers
July 27, 2017 · Comments Off on Study finds breast cancer driver, HER2, in 3 percent of lung cancers
CU researcher offers most detailed map to date of tumor suppressor gene, P53, signaling network.… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
P53 "master switch" remains top target in gene signaling network controlling cancer suppression… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…