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Researchers speed identification of DNA regions that regulate gene expression
CSL Behring Announces Agreement with uniQure
Spotlight on Jingjing Shang
New test detects residual cancer DNA in blood without relying on tumor data
Medical societies call for evidence-based EU health policy and regulation
Artificial intelligence model developed by Finnish researchers predicts which key of immune system opens locks of coronavirus
Two blood thinners at once: More risk with same reward
UPMC Hillman Names New Hematology Oncology Chief
Baylor and TCH researchers honored with AACR Team Science Award
CHOP-led Research Study Identifies Key Target in Treatment-Resistant Hemophilia A
Cancer cells may evade chemotherapy by going dormant
Delaying first spinal tap may lower risk of pediatric leukemia relapse
Researchers Find Ribosome Assembly Essential for Stem Cell Regeneration
Invasive weed may help treat some human diseases, researchers find
Pfizer Initiates Pivotal Phase 2 MagnetisMM-3 Trial of BCMA-CD3 Bispecific Antibody Elranatamab
Dana-Farber Medical Oncology Chair receives Sjöberg Prize for cancer research
Tumor microenvironment helps aggressive lymphomas
Gene critical to immune cell development identified
Researchers Uncover A Previously Underappreciated Mechanism that Turns Off Clotting Factor in Hemophilia A
Looking at Us: ‘The Lab’ at UConn Health
Researcher’s oncology efforts recognized by national journal
PET Imaging Tracer Proves Effective for Diagnosing and Managing Rare CNS B-Cell Lymphoma
Circulating tumor DNA indicates increased risk of relapse after stem cell transplant
CRISPR-edited CAR T Cells Enhance Fight Against Blood Cancers
Combination of chemotherapy and blinatumomab improves survival for patients with B-cell acute lymphoblastic
CAR T cell therapy effective as first-line treatment for high-risk large B-cell lymphoma
New Biomarker Identifies Patients with Aggressive Lymphoma Who Don’t Respond to Precision Therapy
Off-the-Shelf Immune Drug Shows Promise in Aggressive Multiple Myeloma
Venetoclax added to standard treatments shows promise in high-risk myeloid blood cancers
Novel antibody-drug conjugate shows promising early results in rare blood cancer
Study reveals surprising benefit of clonal hematopoiesis in allogeneic transplants
Donor stem cell transplant shown to improve survival in older patients with myelodysplastic syndrome
Dana-Farber to present more than 40 research studies at 2020 ASH Annual Meeting
‘Natural killer’ cells found to be a key determinant of severe COVID-19 in patients
A car crash. A brain injury. University nursing grad Philiz Goh persevered – and is helping others do same
St. Jude researchers are among most highly cited scientists in last decade
Everest Family and Gaylord Foundation Pledge $7.5 Million Gift to OU to Benefit Cancer Care and Research
Weill Cornell entrepreneurship symposium touts innovation
Pancreatic Cancer Takes Lives of Beloved U.S. Icons
WVXU: Does your spinal fluid show if you have a tumor?
Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Reveals Rare Disorder
NCI awarding Emory $19.8 million to study cancer, autoimmune intersection w/ COVID-19
Cancer Immunotherapy ‘Uniquely Suppressed’ by Liver Tumors
Element in blood is part of stress response, study reveals
Tisch Cancer Institute Earns Second Consecutive Designation from National Cancer Institute
Study identifies genomic predictors of outcomes in high-risk bladder cancer
Mayo study identifies barriers to physician adoption of federal Right to Try law
Mayo study identifies barriers to physician adoption of federal Right to Try law