Two studies published today in the AACR’s journal Cancer Research describe developing CAR T cells to make them safe for patients with solid tumors.Read More
A major question that researchers are trying to answer is: What links obesity with cancer development and adverse survival?Read More
When Bayer first introduced aspirin in 1899, the expectation from the drug was simple: alleviate headache, pain, and fever. Little did anyone foresee the potential of this drug to touch …Read More
Women who take high-dose estrogen birth control pills may be increasing their risk for breast cancer, according to a recent report in Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association …Read More
The public craves solid health information, and knowledge about cancer research and treatment is vital to their well-being. The AACR Communications and Public Relations Department often supports AACR special conferences …Read More
Exposure to dim light at night made breast tumors more resistant to tamoxifen in rats, but this resistance could be counteracted by melatonin supplements administered to the rats at nighttime.
Philadelphia Inquirer senior health reporter Marie McCullough describes the challenge of pancreatic cancer and the efforts underway by the American Association for Cancer Research and its partners to combat the …Read More
Two papers in the journals of the American Association for Cancer Research this morning provide new information on tamoxifen, a widely used breast cancer treatment.Read More