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Study: Melanoma rates drop sharply among teens, young adults
Affordable Care Act’s Impact on Insurance Coverage and Treatment in Patients with Both HIV and Cancer
Nami Therapeutics Startup Pursues Promising Drug Therapy
Teen vapers choose mint as their favorite e-cigarette flavor
Genes from ‘fossil’ virus in human DNA found to be active
University of Southern California stem cell scientists reveal key differences in male, female kidney
U.S. President Trump Announces Intent to Nominate and Appoint Individuals to Key Administration Posts
Mitochondria’s activity in lung tumors could predict response to treatment
Study implicates flavored e-cigs in teen vaping epidemic
Factors linked to poor treatment outcomes in ALL
New study reveals why breast cancer spreads to brain
St. Jude and IAEA partner to tackle childhood cancers in developing countries
IAEA Partners with Prominent US Research Hospital to Tackle Childhood Cancers in Developing Countries
Cause of drug resistance in a type of intestinal tumors identified
$7.6 million funds center to fight cancer disparities in Missouri, Illinois
Oregon State to help lead effort to make cancer research data more useful and accessible
$3.7 million supports crowdsourced database of cancer genomics
Scientists have first 3D view of life’s processes in liquid
Grant to search for more efficient way to make cancer-fighting drugs
Virtual Reality for Scientists
Cancer cells can re-use apparent ‘dead end metabolites’
Engineered viruses could fight drug resistance
Study will offer genetic cancer tests at primary-care level
Cloning to Fight Esophageal Cancer
UW-Madison center will coordinate data for cancer clinical trials
Screening for lung cancer based on risk could save lives
Chronic insomnia can be cured in cancer survivors with a basic, one-session sleep education class
A case for personalized medicine in search for answers about cancer
E-cig use jumps 46% among young adults in one year
MRI-guided biopsy best for determining future risk of prostate cancer, study shows
Brown School researchers begin low-income smoker study
Papillomaviruses may be able to be spread by blood
Cancer Protocols: A New Approach to Predicting Treatment Outcomes
$5 million grant endows research to advance blood disorder therapies
Many Older Hospitalized Patients with Cancer Experience Malnutrition
Proactively offering smokers free treatment to quit smoking is cost-effective
$6 Million Grant Supports Expansion of Magee-Womens Research Institute to Erie
Medical imaging rates continue to rise despite push to reduce them
Colour-change urine test for cancer shows potential in mouse study
Providing More Testing Choices Does Not Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates
Grant funds novel approach to reducing symptom-related suffering of advanced cancer patients
VPR Distinguished Lecture Series to feature PNNL’s Nathan Baker on quantum information science
MD Anderson receives $55 million over five years in comprehensive cancer center status renewal
$15 million supports quest for personalized leukemia therapies
Helping Skin Cells Differentiate Could Be Key to Treating Common Skin Cancer
Study finds lack of racial diversity in cancer drug clinical trials
Nanocapsule reaches cancer that has spread to central nervous system in mice
Exercise associated with benefit to patients with advanced colorectal cancer