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Notes from our Labs – February 18, 2019

Notes From Our Labs – February 2019 From the Lab of Corrine Linardic at Duke University: Our lab is still working on the role of dysregulated developmental pathways in fusion-positive and fusion-negative rhabdomyosarcoma. As an example, we’ve delved very deeply...

From the Laboratory of Dr. Rossella Rota

From the Laboratory of Dr. Rossella Rota – a chapter in the new book Targeting Notch in Cancer (pp 277-312) Notch Signaling in Pediatric Soft Tissue Sarcoma Etiology, biology, response to treatment, and outcome greatly differ between adult and childhood cancers....

From the Laboratory of David Kirsch – Duke University

Over half of all cancer patients receive radiation therapy, and it contributes to over 40% of cancer cures. As the efficacy of immunotherapy has been established in multiple cancer types, there has been tremendous excitement about combining radiation with...