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New tools used to identify childhood cancer genes

New tools used to identify childhood cancer genes UT SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS – July 3, 2018 – Click Here for Original Using a new computational strategy, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified 29 genetic changes that can...

The war against childhood cancer: Who’s winning?

[COMMENT: One point made here is that there hasn’t been much progress with the more rare childhood cancers because they are rare.  We need to change the paradigm for clinical trials for rare cancers and reduce the number of participants needed to begin the...

New understanding of why cancer cells move

PUBLIC RELEASE: 27-DEC-2017 New understanding of why cancer cells move UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CANCER CENTER | Released 12/27/17 | Eurekalert.org | See Original Article Here IMAGE: JOE W. RAMOS, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE UH CANCER CENTER. CREDIT: UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CANCER...

A New Way to “See” Cancer

A New Way to “See” Cancer Combining near-infrared light with ultrasound could let doctors image tumors with unprecedented accuracy By Quing Zhu | Scientific American | December 22, 2017 | See Original Article Here   An ultrasound of breast cancer, which...