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The latest cancer news for cancer research. Inform yourselves about the newest technologies, best practices and studies in the field of cancer diseases and tumors.

  • New way to target cancer's diversity and evolution September 13, 2019
    Scientists have revealed close-up details of a vital molecule involved in the mix and match of genetic information within cells -- opening up the potential to target proteins of this family to combat cancer's diversity and evolution.
  • Tiny bubbles in our body could fight cancer better than chemo September 13, 2019
    Healthy cells in our body release nano-sized bubbles that transfer genetic material such as DNA and RNA to other cells. It's your DNA that stores the important information necessary for RNA to produce proteins and make sure they act accordingly. These bubbly extracellular vesicles could become mini treatment transporters, carrying a combination of thera […]
  • Cancer cells prefer a 'comfort cruise,' follow predictable paths of least resistance September 13, 2019
    New research from biomedical engineers reveals that while cancer cells move quickly in metastasis, they're rather lazy in which paths they choose -- opting to move through wider, easier to navigate spaces rather than smaller, confined spaces to reduce energy requirements during movement.
  • B cells linked to immunotherapy for melanoma September 13, 2019
    Immunotherapy uses our body's own immune system to fight cancer. Many current immunotherapies focus on T cells, but new research shows that another type of cell, B cells, might also play an important part in immunotherapies for cancer.
  • Same but different: Unique cancer traits key to targeted therapies September 13, 2019
    Researchers have discovered that the key to personalized therapies for some types of lung cancers may be to focus on their differences, not their similarities.
  • Breaking the 'stalemate' in the most common soft tissue sarcoma in children September 12, 2019
    Rhabdomyosarcoma is the most common soft tissue sarcoma in children. A phase II clinical trial is the first to show improved outcomes in rhabdomyosarcoma in 45 years.
  • How breast cancer uses exosomes to metastasize to the brain September 12, 2019
    In breast cancer, metastases to the brain often spell a death sentence; many women survive for less than a year after diagnosis. A new study reveals how the cancer is able to cross the blood-brain-barrier: by sending out exosomes that hijack the natural cell process of transcytosis, tricking the cells in the BBB into taking them up. The researchers now hope […]