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Cancer cells spread during sleep

A new study shows that breast cancer spreads more efficiently while patients are sleeping. The finding could significantly change the […]

Overcoming enzalutamide drug resistance in prostate cancer

Scientists have discovered a molecular pathway that may answer why some prostate cancers can resist an approved cancer drug. The […]

Real-time cancer treatment options made possible due to WGTA

A prospective study has used whole genome and transcriptome analysis (WGTA) for real-time treatment options in cancer patients. Published in […]

GPC1 – a new target for colorectal cancer treatment

A new study has identified a protein that promotes the growth and spread of colorectal cancer, presenting a new target […]

Rectal cancers disappear in a dostarlimab experimental drug trial

A new drug trial has eliminated 100% of rectal tumours in patients after 6 months. Published in the New England […]

Cancer vaccine provokes a coordinated attack on tumours

A study in Nature describes a new type of cancer vaccine that works by obstructing a tactic used by tumours […]

Tregs: Treacherous cells offer a new therapeutic target in colorectal cancer

Scientists have linked a subset of T cells to the progression of colorectal cancer tumours. Researchers also showed that blocking […]

Genome-wide CRISPR and tumour suppressor genes could open new pathways for discovering anticancer drugs

Researchers at the University of Texas have performed genome-wide CRISPR screens to uncover vulnerabilities critical for discovering anticancer drugs. The […]

Cancer Cell Metastases: Understanding the Process Using Insights from Single Cell Sequencing

This webinar will provide people working in cancer research and/or cancer therapy development with an understanding of how single cell […]

Finding biomarkers and mechanisms for chemotherapy resistance in breast cancer

Written by Victoria Lee, Science Writer at Front Line Genomics In the fight against breast cancer, it’s useful to be […]