Medical research

Circular RNA molecule not found in cancer cells after all

A new research result from Aarhus University shows that a so-called circular RNA molecule, which has been designated as carcinogenic, is actually not found in cancer cells. The results have just been published in Nature Communications.

Medical research

Why some cancers may respond poorly to key drugs discovered

Patients with BRCA1/2 mutations are at higher risk for breast, ovarian and prostate cancers that can be aggressive when they develop—and, in many cases, resistant to lifesaving drugs. Now scientists at The University of ...

Oncology & Cancer

New insights into how the drug pomalidomide fights cancer

Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the white blood cells, and patients diagnosed with this disease commonly die within five years. Clinicians often treat multiple myeloma with the drug thalidomide and structurally similar drugs ...

Oncology & Cancer

Women may conceive after ovarian tumors

Women receiving fertility-sparing surgery for treatment of borderline ovarian tumors were able to have children, a study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden published in Fertility & Sterility shows. Natural fertility was ...

Oncology & Cancer

Pale melanomas masked by albino gene

People with pale colored melanomas are more likely to have a gene mutation associated with albinism, University of Queensland research has found.

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