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This triceratops cousin suffered from osteosarcoma, just like many humans do
Though the world has changed a lot in 77 million years, cancer might still look pretty similar.
How The Meaning Of Cancer Has Changed
Technology is rewriting diagnosis and treatment
Learning from the Children
WE ARE ASTONISHINGLY GOOD AT CURING CHILDHOOD CANCER. WHY?
Gene Tests Are Quite Telling – Should You Get One?
What gene tests can tell us now and in the future
IBM’s Watson Comes To Cancer Clinics To Fine-Tune Treatments
Bringing some data-processing muscle to precision medicine
Device Automatically Tests Different Drugs In An Actual Tumor To Find The Best
In vivo is the way to go
Sound Waves Could Help Detect Hard-To-Find Cancer Cells
Paving the way for personalized medicine
Glowing ‘Tumor Paint’ Shows Surgeons Where To Cut
Scorpion venom lights the way
Your Microbiome May Hold Keys To Cancer Treatment
The answer has been inside you all along
Spotting Cancer Cells in Blood With a 27-Picosecond Camera
A simple blood test that offers early detection of cancer in the human body has long eluded medical researchers, but … Continued