CRISPR and its recent approval of human trial using the gene-editing technique in the United States target to accurately provide full cancer treatments.
A new study revealed that broccoli sprout extract activates a gene that detoxifies carcinogens in the body, thereby preventing cancer recurrence in people who have encountered head and neck cancer.
A contagious cancer is ravaging bivalves in many parts of the world.
A new tool from UCLA called Survival Analysis of mRNA Isoform Variation (SURVIV) is hoped to predict cancer patient survival time better than conventional gene-based predictions.
Eating whole grains such as brown rice, oats and Weetabix could prevent an early death, research suggests.
A team of researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that a significant number of lung cancer patients also have autoimmune disease, which may make them unsuitable for increasingly popular immunotherapy treatments.
United States Vice President Joe Biden on Monday urged health professionals to treat cancer, the second leading cause of death in the country, as an urgent concern.
Liquid biopsies could help diagnose cancers through DNA examinations in blood.
A new kind of therapy aimed at addressing an immune system’s powerful T-cells could be out as early as next year if two pharmaceutical companies regulatory approval gains ground.
A new blood test could speed up development of “smart” cancer drugs by showing doctors how well they work in individual patients.
According to a recent study, it is ideal for women to line quitting smoking during the second phase of the menstrual cycle.