Posts in: cancer

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A twinkle of light in a microscope’s eye

A twinkle of light in a microscope’s eye

Researchers are using biological glow sticks and finely-tuned cameras to look deeper within cells.

By | Posted December 21, 2016

Diabetes and obesity are common among childhood cancer survivors

Diabetes and obesity are common among childhood cancer survivors

After cancer, patients are likely to struggle with hormone-related conditions later in life

By | Posted October 31, 2016

cancer cells under a microscope

What is cancer?

How one cell transforms into a disease

By | Posted March 9, 2016

Illuminating tumors

Illuminating tumors

Inspired by a dangerous scorpion, ‘tumor paint’ offers a new way of seeing cancerous cells

By | Posted February 14, 2016

Proton therapy and the future of cancer

Proton therapy and the future of cancer

You’ve heard the hype, but how does it actually work?

By | Posted January 9, 2016

Like clockwork

Like clockwork

Researchers discover circadian rhythm’s role in fasting

By | Posted November 1, 2013

Should you get screened for pancreatic cancer?

Should you get screened for pancreatic cancer?

What you need to know about screening tests, and whether you should get one

By | Posted July 1, 2013

Should you be tested for HPV?

Should you be tested for HPV?

And what to expect if your results are positive

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Visualizing the very end

Visualizing the very end

A group of doctors advocates use of videos in advance care planning

By | Posted March 24, 2013

A transformation akin to damaged DNA

A transformation akin to damaged DNA

How finding molecular modeling changed Suse Broyde’s life

By | Posted February 7, 2013

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