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A new imaging technology may reduce surgeries for rectal cancer patients

This technology will directly reduce the number of unnecessary surgeries for rectal cancer.

Researchers have discovered a promising new target for drug-resistant breast and ovarian cancers

Suppression of a protein can kill cancer cells without harming healthy ones.

Emerging evidence suggests a higher occurrence of pancreatic Lesions

Donor pancreata analysis: A key to understanding early pancreatic lesions.

Enhancing the body’s antiviral immune response to fight aging

Harnessing the immune response to this protein could have multiple health benefits during aging.

An innovative strategy for slowing aggressive leukemia

Harvard researchers have developed compounds that can be used to treat cancer.

A new protein delivery approach that works in human cells and animals

The programmable system could be used in a range of applications, including gene and cancer therapies.

Sepsis study to power new antibiotic discoveries

Antibiotics to target all sepsis-causing bacteria.

How genome doubling helps cancer development

WGD changes DNA structure, activating oncogenes that drive cancer growth.

Progestogen-only and combined hormonal contraceptives have similar association with breast cancer risk

An analysis of almost 10,000 women with breast cancer under the age of 50 found a similar association regardless of the type of hormonal contraceptive.

How tumors transform blood vessels

Tumors convert blood vessels into fiber-filled channels.

Introducing bacteria to a tumor’s microenvironment converts immune cells to cancer killers

The research could lead to better treatments for people with advanced or previously untreatable cancers.

Identifying a processor route for DNA damage from next-generation cancer treatment

POLQ repairs complex DNA double-strand breaks induced by heavy ionirradiation.

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