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Deadliest cancers may respond to new drug treatment strategy

A way to treat cancers caused by a tumor-driving protein called "myc," paving the way for patients with myc-driven cancers was found by UC San Francisco researchers.

This brief video by Johns Hopkins Univeristy graduate student Anjil Giri depicts a cancer cell moving through a 3D collagen I matrix in a lab. The cell's movement mimics what may happen in the body as cancer tries to spread to other areas.

This brief video by Johns Hopkins Univeristy graduate student Anjil Giri depicts a cancer cell moving through a collagen I matrix in a lab. The cell's movement mimics what may happen in the body as cancer tries to spread to other areas.

Rodent virus used to fight brain cancer. Parvovirus. dkfz.de

Deadly to cancer cells only: A molecular cause for selective effectiveness of parvovirus therapy discovered

The center image is a whole-slide image of a Glioblastoma Multiforme tumor and the arrows indicate enlarged, distinct regions. Scientists have developed an automated way to analyze large sets of tumor images, which may help predict responses to cancer therapy.

New Computational Pipeline Analyzes Tumor Images, May Help Predict Response to Cancer Therapy

Cancer Diagnosis May Soon Be As Easy As Taking A Pill: Scientists Working On The World's Most Non-Invasive Cancer Diagnosis Test

Stanford scientists insist they are only years away from creating a pill that will make a cancer diagnosis as simple as a blood test.

HPLC & Mass Spectrometry Bladder Cancer Genetics Research Study. Two interesting facts about bladder cancer: it is the 6th most common cancer in the United States and smoking has been implicated in half the bladder cancers found in women.

HPLC Mass Spectrometry Bladder Cancer Genetics Research Study. Two interesting facts about bladder cancer: it is the most common cancer in the United States and smoking has been implicated in half the bladder cancers found in women.

A reminder of Scottish Cancer Challenges. Last month the Office for National Statistics published latest figures for Cancer incidence and mortality in the UK during 2006-2008. The mortality statistics for Scotland compared to the rest of the UK, serve as a reminder of the challenges for change that face Scottish society...

A reminder of Scottish Cancer Challenges. Last month the Office for National Statistics published latest figures for Cancer incidence and mortality in the UK during 2006-2008. The mortality statistics for Scotland compared to the rest of the UK, serve as a reminder of the challenges for change that face Scottish society...

Pharmacology Flashcards

Pharmacology Flashcards

If you are battling cancer, you’re climbing the most difficult mountain you could ever find in an effort to save your life. You are sure to be overwhelmed by the disease, its symptoms, the treatments, and all of the medical terms that bombard you on a daily basis. Your main priority has to be learning everything you can about the disease and how you can combat it.  Read more at: http://www.cellmarkbiopharma.com/difference-sarcopenia-cachexia/

Anyone who looks seriously into the amazing healing processes of the body discovers a remarkable process – the immune system. Although we have learned more about the immune system in the past twenty years than in the entire history of medical

Yale study identifies 'major player' in skin cancer genes - http://scienceblog.com/79454/yale-study-identifies-major-player-skin-cancer-genes/

Body’s natural defence carries early warning system for recurring cancers - Technology Org

Eliminating leukemic stem cells could lead to new treatments that may prevent the return of Leukemia.

Stem cell treatment to prevent leukemia returning is a step closer, say scientists

Eliminating leukemic stem cells could lead to new treatments that may prevent the return of Leukemia.

Two of our researchers have discovered that the antidepressant drug Zoloft also fights deadly fungal infections

Images of Cryptococcus neoformans taken in the course of the Texas A team's research show silver-stained Cryptococcus cells -- indicated in black -- in mouse lung tissue. (Credit: Xiaorong Lin, Texas A University)

Two ancient curses dating back 1,600 years depict a deity with snakes coming out of its head. This deity may be none other than the goddess Hekate, the Queen of the Crossroads. Invocations in the curses resemble those used for her.

Black magic revealed in two ancient curses

Two ancient curses dating back years depict a deity with snakes coming out of its head. This deity may be none other than the goddess Hekate, the Queen of the Crossroads. Invocations in the curses resemble those used for her.

New Coating May Help Joint Replacements Bond Better with Bone

Broken bones and joint replacements may someday heal faster, thanks to an unusual coating for medical implants under development at The Ohio State University.

Berkeley Lab Researchers Discover How and Where Breast Tumor Cells Become Dormant and What Causes Them to Become Metastatic

Researchers have identified the microenvironment surrounding microvasculature as a niche where dormant cancer cells may reside, and the sprouting of microvasculature blood vessels as the event that transforms dormant cancer cells into metastatic tumors.

Cancer Stem Cells: The Bane Of Cancer Therapy Resistance

Celgene's Revlimid gets Japanese marketing nod for use in combo with dexamethasone to treat patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma

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