Cancer Research

DNA Repair Genes May Be Why More Smokers Don't Get Lung Cancer

Smoking is a legitimate class 1 carcinogen, determined by the International Agency for Research on Cancer before they were hijacked by activist epidemiologists out to scare people about the modern world. Yet it is not a magic bullet. Only 10 percent of smo ...

Article - News Staff - Jun 1 2022 - 11:19am

Forget Media Headlines About One Study, Get Screened For Colorectal Cancer With A Colonoscopy

A recently published study in a high-profile medical journal appeared to call into question the efficacy of colonoscopy, a proven and widely utilized strategy for the screening and prevention of colorectal cancer. ...

Article - The Conversation - Oct 19 2022 - 10:02am

Melanoma Wants To Kill- Here Is How It Changes To Do So

A new paper describes the perfect combination of genetic alterations that tumors use to promote explosive growth and prevent their own demise, a development that could change the way oncologists understand and treat melanoma. Telomeres, protective caps at ...

Article - News Staff - Nov 10 2022 - 8:20pm

Dogs With Cancer Are Getting Cutting-Edge Treatment, And It May One Day Help Human Kids

A clinical trial where dogs get advanced cancer treatment could pave the way for a new immunotherapy treatment in kids.  Sarcoma is a cancer of the bones and soft tissues and one of the most common childhood cancers, the third most common cancer in childr ...

Article - News Staff - Nov 15 2022 - 12:36pm