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New evidence COVID-19 antibodies, vaccines less effective against variants
Collagen plays protective role during pancreatic cancer development
St. Jude launches program to boost HPV cancer prevention across globe
In Memoriam: Mike Weber, ‘Heart and Soul’ of UVA Cancer Center
NYU Oral Cancer Center Awarded NIH Grant to Study Interplay Between Oral Cancer and Nerves
IU School of Medicine scientists discover ‘game-changer’ treatment for triple negative breast cancer
NIH study finds that people with SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may have a low risk of future infection
Game Theory May be Useful in Explaining and Combating Viruses, Researchers Conclude
Using predictive biomarkers could improve success rate of new cancer drugs: University of Toronto study
Mouse study shows bacteriophage therapy could fight drug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae
Acid Reflux Disease May Increase Risk of Cancers of Larynx and Esophagus
New technology enables predictive design of engineered human cells
Researchers develop test to measure effect of breast cancer gene variants
Toward a disease-sniffing device that rivals a dog’s nose
Dana-Farber, Broad Institute and Count Me In receive $16 million grant to launch patient-partnered research initiatives
Ludwig Cancer Research study uncovers metabolic vulnerability
Molecular Imaging Determines Effectiveness of Novel Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment
Melanoma patients respond to immunotherapy after changes to gut microbiome
NIH research funding to support surgeon scientists is rising
Molecular Details Reveal New Clues about Common Brain Tumor
Fecal microbiota transplants help patients with advanced melanoma respond to immunotherapy
Obtaining specialist care may be harder for rural and lower-income Alzheimer’s patients
Our gut-brain connection
First mammography screening guidelines issued for older survivors of breast cancer
From clinic to lab, understanding medulloblastoma relies on molecular profiling
A protein that can melt tumors discovered at Vanderbilt
Ludwig Cancer Research study reveals how certain gut bacteria compromise radiotherapy
Regulating ribosomal RNA production line
Strange Colon Discovery Explains Racial Disparities in Colorectal Cancer
Biden taps Eric Lander and Maria Zuber for senior science posts
NIH scientists identify nutrient that helps prevent bacterial infection
Researcher Receives NCI Grant to Study New Strategies to Prevent Cancer Metastasis
St. Jude researchers develop tool to ‘paint’ cancer genome and reveal tumor secrets
Study finds new evidence of health threat from chemicals in marijuana and tobacco smoke
Proteogenomics helps treat certain squamous cell carcinomas
Mediterranean diet may decrease risk of prostate cancer progression for men on active surveillance
A new way to help immune system fight back against cancer
St. Jude Cloud offers a data-sharing genomic ecosystem for precision medicine era
Researchers aim artificial intelligence at rising oral cancers with $3.3 million grant from National Cancer Institute
Genomic assessment of cancer-predisposition landscape of pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma
Researcher’s oncology efforts recognized by national journal
Monitoring Patients Remotely Leads to a Fourfold Decline in Returns to Hospital After Joint Replacements
Concern about loved ones might motivate people to mask up, get vaccine
AI-powered microscope could check cancer margins in minutes
Genetic mutation increases one’s susceptibility to mesothelioma
Can mammogram screening be more effective?
Vaping could nearly triple chance of smoking in teens
Young adults who identify as Republicans more often ignore COVID-19 safety precautions