Inactivating a certain gene may help block tumor growth, according to a study published in Oncogene (2010 May 20;29(20):2905-15).
Researchers can use a new technique to analyze the genome of single tumor cells from small samples, according to a study presented at the IMPAKT Breast Cancer Conference.
Researchers can use a simple genetic test to assign subtypes to breast cancer, according to a study presented at the IMPAKT Breast Cancer Conference.
Researchers have identified genetic signatures that may help predict liver cancer recurrence, according to a study presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of the Liver.
Two studies demonstrate how scientists have taken steps forward in the understanding of ovarian cancer.
Researchers may soon be able to personalize medicine for cancer patients, according to a paper published in Nature (15 April 2010;464(7291):993-998).
Sequencing entire genomes of cancer patients may reveal how tumors spread in breast cancer patients, according to a study published in Nature (2010 Apr 15;464(7291):999-1005).
Smokers with and without lung cancer can be distinguished using a new gene-expression based approach, reported researchers from Boston University School of Medicine.