Scientists discovered a compound that could slow down cancer growth in a number of different cancer cell lines. It involves targeting growth-related defects in a cell-signaling pathway called RAS/MAPK.
An international medical journal retracted 107 research papers from China, citing that the studies, mostly about cancer, are "fabricated."
Cancer research appears to be a field of medical science that should get considerable attention. After all, nearly 14.5 million Americans have a history of cancer, with more than 13 million estimated new cases every year.
German researchers, Dr. Irmela Jeremias from Helmholtz Zentrum München and her colleagues, have successfully discovered a small number of inactive leukemia cells that experts believe is responsible for the relapse of the cancer of the blood.
A new study from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center gives hope to leukemia patients through T-cell therapy, which Dr. Aude Chapuis believes is even better.
NASA’s machine learning techniques to identify similarities among galaxies, stars and planets will be applied by medical professionals into advanced cancer research.