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Breast cancer relapse could be predicted with new blood test
A new study reports that a so-called ?mutation-tracking' blood test can pick up valuable signs of cancer?s potential return, offering hope to patients with the disease.
CanDL database shines light on clinically important cancer gene mutations
Many clinical trials use genome sequencing to learn which gene mutations are present in a patient's tumor cells.
3-D model of solid tumors explains cancer evolution
They're among the most powerful tools for shedding new light on cancer growth and evolution, but mathematical models of the disease for years have faced an either/or stand off.
3-D cancer models give fresh perspective on progress of disease
Computer models of developing cancers reveal how tiny movements of cells can quickly transform the makeup of an entire tumour.
Survivors of childhood cancer have high-risk of recurrent stroke
Findings have clinical implications on how we treat and follow survivorsMost people assume strokes only happen to octogenarians, but recent evidence suggests that survivors of childhood cancer...
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