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WPI researchers create cancer-detecting chip

A mechanical engineering professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and his research team believe they have discovered a revolutionary new way to detect cancer. Balaji Panchapakesan said their liquid biopsy chip has been 100% effective in…

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HPV and cancer: 9 myths busted

Although the human papillomavirus (HPV) is quite common, the facts surrounding it can be confusing. Who can get HPV? How do they get it? Can it be treated? How safe and effective is the HPV…

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AFCR Statement on the Hong Kong Cancer Strategy

The Asian Fund for Cancer Research made this statement following the Friday, 26 July, announcement and dissemination of the Hong Kong Cancer Strategy: The Asian Fund for Cancer Research proudly supports and is committed to…

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Sarcoma Origin Identified

Cancer is anything but a straightforward disease; one tumor type can be entirely different from another not only in location, but causal agent and origin. There is differentiation even within the same type of cancer.…

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Global Coalition for Adaptive Research’s Innovative Clinical Trial Platform Opens to Evaluate New Therapies for Brain Cancer

The Global Coalition for Adaptive Research (GCAR) announced today that the GBM AGILE (Glioblastoma Adaptive Global Innovative Learning Environment) clinical trial is opening its first clinical site, the Henry Ford Cancer Institute, and will begin…

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