Oncology & Cancer

Study uncovers inhibitory role of 'Ter cells' in cancer therapies

Targeted radiation is often used to study and treat diverse cancer types. A multidisciplinary research team based at the University of Chicago Medicine has recently focused on a type of cell that releases a protein that enhances ...

Oncology & Cancer

Modern anti-cancer drugs work via tiny molecular motions

Modern immunotherapeutic anti-cancer drugs support a natural mechanism of the immune system to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. They dock onto a specific receptor of the killer cell and prevent it from being switched off ...

Oncology & Cancer

Host immune classifier HIC assays may predict treatment response

Using a host immune classifier (HIC) test for patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) may provide better predictors of treatment response and improve outcomes, according to research presented today at the International ...

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