Hapreet Wasan discusses the tumor biology of pancreatic cancer, the potential role of the enzyme asparaginase in treating these cancers, and what advancements he hopes to see in the coming years.
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Discover details of the cutting-edge science presented at the 2018 NCRI Cancer Conference in this report from our Editor, Jade Parker. Highlights include the TRACERx study, a fluorescent marker that makes glioma cells glow pink and a breast cancer study.
Fluorescent marker highlights glioma cells above normal brain tissue, allowing for safer, guided tumor removal.
A team of researchers have created a method of measuring how circulating tumor cells perform functions that drive cancer, such as producing matrix metalloproteases.
A new therapeutic target, identified in glioblastoma, could be effective against a common immortality mechanism in one third of human cancers.
Priya Hari, a Postdoctoral Researcher Associate, shares her top tips for any looking to pursue a career in cancer research.
A novel technique highlights patterns in DNA mutation within different cancer types, allowing future genetic changes to be predicted.
This is your opportunity to share your photos that illustrate cutting-edge research and discoveries being made in the field of oncology.
Scientists have discovered a key molecular player in lung cancer, which could be used to tackle the disease.