Articles Tagged with “CANCER”

Proton therapy has been a cutting-edge cancer therapy for decades. Can researchers at last zero in on its best applications?

Genetically engineered microbes could create miniature drug factories inside the gut. Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

When the caseload began to ease, clinicians came to grips with the new normal as researchers set their sights on ending the pandemic for good.

Since the 1960s, the dream of ultra-fast high dose radiation promised better cancer treatment with fewer side effects. Will the reality measure up?

The traditional post-mortem undergoes a reinvention.

Every tumor begins with a genetic mutation. Understanding how they occur and what they do may revolutionize cancer treatment.

A bed-bound nurse reflects on falling sick in the time of COVID-19.

Religious fasts offer opportunities for reflection, penitence and good data about human dietary needs.

People with hard-to- treat cancer might get unlikely new allies: 400,000 genetically engineered fruit flies.

n: A run of mutations in a tumor genome that don’t offer any particular survival advantage.