Researchers have discovered a potential new method of stopping metastasis by simultaneously inhibiting IL-6 and IL-8 paracrine signalling pathways.
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Editor, Jade Parker recently spoke with David Adams, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute (Cambridge, UK) about utilizing DNA sequencing of patients and genetic screens in human cells and mice to identify cancer genes and genetic interactions.
In this editorial, we will review emerging evidence for the relationship between sexual orientation, indoor tanning and melanoma and discuss implications for clinical practice, research and public health.
Researchers have demonstrated that pre-invasive breast cancer cells undergo a stiffening state, through actin-stress fiber organization, prior to becoming malignant.
This editorial discusses the impact of the numer of melanocytic nevi (moles) and the risk of developing melanoma.
Researchers have uncovered a novel method of overriding the growth promoting effects of PTEN deletion and the answer is to inhibit another tumor suppressor gene.
A group of researchers from the University of Missouri (MO, USA) report a novel technique for detecting and analyzing melanoma cells which could lead to better and faster diagnosis of the disease.
Experts warn that recent legislative proposals may endanger research on the environment and cancer, following a study highlighting the positive association between cancer incidence and poor environment quality.
In an exclusive interview, Greg Hannon from Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute (UK), speaks to Oncology Central about his Grand Challenge project to create a virtual reality tumor.
A study from leading charity Anthony Nolan highlights the roles donor age and virus status have in patient survival following transplantation.