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Understanding the different populations of mutant cells in a cancer could mean more targeted treatments.
Scientists use synthetic biology to create drug-controlled T cells.
Sequencing the genomes of both healthy and cancer cells from the same patient hints at how cancer metastasizes.
A new approach to treating bone cancer is being tested in pet dogs.
A number of dual-action antibodies are in clinical trials for fighting cancer.
By automating the tracking of tumor cells that circulate in the blood, doctors can see if a cancer treatment is working.
A new microfluidics device gives results in 15 minutes.
In first human trial, particles successfully reach cancer cells and silence the target gene.
Molecules that make blood vessels more permeable might boost chemotherapeutics.
The fluorescent molecule targets tumors to guide surgeons and provide pre- and post-op imaging.