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[1/29/2014] Myriad's Prolaris significantly modifies treatment decisions ...

[1/28/2014] 'Weeding the garden' lets ALK+ lung cancer patients conti...

[1/27/2014] Fragmented sleep accelerates cancer growth

[1/27/2014] Ottawa researchers discover new combination therapy to kill cance...

[1/27/2014] Cracks in the cellular transport system can be key to a new gener...

[1/26/2014] Long-lived breast stem cells could retain cancer legacy

[1/23/2014] Moderate doses of radiation therapy to unaffected breast may prev...

[1/22/2014] FASEB announces 2014 Science Research Conference: Lipid and Lipid...

[1/22/2014] FASEB announces 2014 SRC: Phospholipid Cell Signaling & Metab...

[1/22/2014] $7.5 million to JAX from South Korean government for cancer genom...

[1/21/2014] International deal to screen potential cancer drugs using DNA ...

[1/21/2014] Large amounts of folic acid shown to promote growth of breast can...

[1/19/2014] Overexpression of splicing protein in skin repair causes early ch...

[1/15/2014] Next-gen reappraisal of interactions within a cancer-associated p...

[1/15/2014] Researchers discover that coevolution between humans and bacteria...

[1/15/2014] Cynvenio Offers New Breast Cancer Therapy Finder Application for ...

[1/14/2014] New breast cancer stem cell findings explain how cancer spreads

[1/13/2014] Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation grants prestigious awards...

[1/13/2014] Simple blood test can detect lung cancer with high sensitivity an...

[1/13/2014] Leading Cancer Immunotherapy Biotech Startup Announces New Invest...


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