Cancer

Conquering cancer's infamous KRAS mutation

KRAS is one of the most challenging targets in cancer. Despite its discovery more than 60 years, researchers still struggle to inhibit its mutated form—earning its reputation as "undruggable." Yet, the hunt for an Achilles' ...

Cancer

Form drives function in cancer proliferation

A new study finds that the protein responsible for the crawling movements of cells also drives the ability of cancer cells to grow when under stress.

Cancer

Tumor cells' drug addiction may be their downfall

Blocking the processes that drive cancer cell growth is at the heart of many new anti-cancer therapies. Unfortunately, after initial success, cancer cells are generally able to develop workarounds to reactivate the pathways ...

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