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A large survey of mutations across many cancer types reveals unexpected commonalities, providing new opportunities for existing drugs.
Researchers are testing a cancer-fighting film that could be applied directly to a tumor site.
Systems biologists have finished a comprehensive computer model of metabolism, providing an invaluable tool for drug discovery and disease research.
Tiny electronics-based detectors could provide simple tests for cancer or bioterror agents.
Tests show that measuring electrical resistance could lead to a cheap and easy way to detect the disease early.
Specially designed nanoparticles could deliver more imaging agents and drugs, leading to more-effective diagnosis and therapies.
Targeted nanotech-based treatments will enter clinical trials in 2007.
Protein profiles are uncovering weak spots in cancer’s armor.
Blood tests that detect cancer in its early stages would save countless lives. The first could arrive within a year.