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Multi-omics study identifies two major subgroups of cervical cancer

In the largest omics study of its kind, a team of researchers have identified two distinct molecular subgroups of cervical […]

New circular RNAs detected in cervical cancer

A new study has shed light on the profiles and roles of circular RNAs in cervical cancer. The study, published […]

Genes for increased risk of cervical cancer found

Researchers have identified three genes associated with an increased risk of developing cervical cancer. Cervical cancer Despite the success of […]

miRNAs: a Reliable Biomarker for Cervical Cancer

Increasing evidence supports the role of microRNAs (miRNAs) in the progression of cervical cancer. A recent study, published in Nature, […]

HPV integration signatures in cervical cancer

A team of researchers have analysed the association between different human papilloma virus (HPV) integration signatures, clinical parameters and outcomes […]

DNA methylation in cervical cells may aid ovarian cancer detection

A new study, published yesterday in Nature Communications, has found that the DNA methylation of cells collected during cervical smear […]

Cancer immunotherapy and precision oncology

In a healthy individual, the immune system responds to “foreign” cells (such as cancer) by attacking and eliminating them. Unfortunately, […]

A guide to cancer genomics

Original post by Liam Little in February 2023. Updated by Ashleigh Davey in September 2023. According to the British Journal […]

Hairpin shaped DNA molecules can selectively kill cancer cells

Researchers have developed a novel approach to target and kill cancer cells. The study, published in the Journal of the […]

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 […]