Cancer fight enters the next generation
February 24, 2014 · Comments Off
Sophisticated equipment at the Colorado Molecular Correlates Laboratory (CMOCO) processes millions of sequences of DNA in a search for cancer-causing mutations that can be treated with targeted therapies.
A freeze-dried debate: cancer researchers study whether drying genetic samples can displace the deep-freeze
April 12, 2012 · Comments Off
By Todd Neff The secret of the Sea Monkeys may soon be helping researchers at...
Genetic test for bladder cancer metastasis to lymph nodes affects treatment decisions
September 6, 2011 · Comments Off
When first diagnosed with bladder cancer, 25 percent of patients’ cancers have already metastasized to...
First and only drug for ALK-positive lung cancer approved today
August 26, 2011 · Comments Off
Aurora, CO (8.26.2011) – In a major triumph for personalized medicine, today the FDA approved...
Novel imaging techniques show effectiveness of new, targeted cancer drugs
August 24, 2011 · Comments Off
Traditional chemotherapy kills cells and so if a tumor shrinks, you know the drugs are...
PDEF: Your body’s natural cancer-fighting protein?
August 17, 2011 · Comments Off
If there’s a tipping point for the worse in the progression of prostate cancer, it’s...
Commentary: Gene therapy’s 20-year promise pays off big with new leukemia treatment
August 15, 2011 · Comments Off
Late last week National Public Radio and others reported on a University of Pennsylvania study...
Evolutionary perspective on cancer offers possible new avenues for treatment and prevention
July 21, 2011 · Comments Off
“Ten years ago, I started going to my kids’ elementary school to give lessons on...
Breast cancer researcher awarded $550,000 from Avon
July 13, 2011 · Comments Off
Gift brings total giving from the Avon Foundation to nearly $8 million Kate Horwitz, PhD,...
NTRK1: a new oncogene and target in lung cancer
July 13, 2011
Mutations Need Help From Aging Tissue to Cause Leukemia
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Is a Treatment For Your Cancer Sitting on a Dusty Shelf?
December 15, 2014 · No comments
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