AACR Project Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange, or GENIE for short, has released one of the largest fully public cancer genomic data sets to date.Read More
A look at the 10 most-read posts of the year on Cancer Research Catalyst illustrates the steady pace of progress against cancer.Read More
When considering the most common types of cancer, gastric cancer (cancer of the stomach) is rarely discussed. It occurs at a higher frequency in specific populations, such as Alaska Native people, in whom gastric cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related death.Read More
Sasha Stanton, MD, PhD, is a breast cancer physician-scientist dedicated to developing a DCIS vaccine.Read More
Later this week, more than 200 researchers will convene in Montreal for a four-day conference on DNA Repair: Tumor Development and Therapeutic Response organized by the AACR.Read More
This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a type of cancer against which we have made much progress. However, a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) highlights that the progress we are making has not been uniform for all segments of the population.Read More
In examination rooms all around the country, a big decision turns on a single moment.
A pediatrician tells a parent that his or her adolescent should be vaccinated against the human …
Some of the world’s top researchers in the promising field of cancer immunotherapy are gathering in New York this week at the Second International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference, hosted by the Cancer Research Institute (CRI), the Association for Cancer Immunotherapy (CIMT), the European Academy of Tumor Immunology (EATI), and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR).Read More
Krista Holmes, who survived cancer as a child, is now an AACR Ambassador for Runners to Research. She shared her story in a blog for philly.com.Read More
As the temperature soared this summer, the laps around the park became harder to endure.
When her skin chafed from radiation, her doctor told her to take it easy.
Still, Tanya Hall …