Researchers from Colorado published a study identifying potential mechanisms involved in the higher rate of metastasis in Ewing’s sarcoma.
Researchers from South Africa compiled an overview of scientific papers related to studies using nanoparticles as photosensitizing drug transporters in targeted PDT treatment for breast cancer.
Canadian researchers use ultrasound radiomics in late stage breast cancer patients to predict tumor response to chemotherapy using texture derivatives and machine learning analysis.
Researchers based out of South Africa published a new study of a drug most commonly used to treat HIV/AIDS, efavirenz, in an initial in vitro study to treat lung cancer.
Researchers in this study demonstrate that oxygen deprived Ewing’s sarcoma cells release exosomes, which transmit signals to enhance tumor survival.
Researchers based out of Tokyo, Japan published a paper about their discovery of a new target mechanism used to treat small cell lung cancer that is compatible with antibody-drug conjugate therapy.
A recent study discovers new potential target mechanisms for leukemia treatments found in a novel study of down syndrome endothelial cells.
This in vitro study represents the first individual comparison of a tier one drug, encorafenib, and two other paradox breaker inhibitors in the treatment of colorectal cancer with BRAF mutations.
In this study, researchers performed the first comprehensive analysis of the current landscape of clinical trials for pancreatic cancer to better understand the near...
A team of scientists from Columbia University Medical Center has formulated a new, synergistic method of potential treatment for patients with mantle cell lymphoma.