Cancer Research

Edit Out Cancer: CRISPR Knocks Out Lcn2 Oncogene, Halts Progression Of Triple-negative Breast Cancer In Mice

A CRISPR gene editing system inside a nanogel delivery system injected into the body could put a stop to the growth of triple-negative breast cancer and it's gone past the first hurdle; human tumor cells and mice. Triple-negative breast cancer has the ...

Article - News Staff - Aug 26 2019 - 5:51pm

Cancer Is The Leading Cause Of Death In High-Income Countries, And That's A Public Health Win

Two statistical analyses looked at common disease incidence, hospitalization and death, plus modifiable cardiovascular risk factors in middle-aged adults across 21 High-Income, Middle-Income, and Low-Income Countries and found that cancer is now the leadin ...

Article - News Staff - Sep 6 2019 - 9:56am

Death By Stereotype: Do Unmarried Cancer Patients Get Inferior Care?

When it comes to getting treatment for cancer treatment, your marital status could be making a significant difference in the level of medical care you get, finds a new analysis. The stakes are high, given that 45 percent (<111 million) U.S. adults are u ...

Article - News Staff - Sep 17 2019 - 9:49am