Newly identified role of DNA-repair protein MRE11 in activating an immune response in reaction to DNA damage in cancer.
As a young scientist, Veneta embark on a compelling journey through the world of human endogenous retroviruses, revealing their hidden potential in reshaping the landscape of cancer treatment.
Can we use the ‘junk’ in our DNA to fight back against cancer? Jennifer investigates the disease cancer and how blind mole rats can repurpose ‘junk’ in their DNA to stop cancer before it starts.
The detective and the scientist: clues in a patient’s DNA may predict their response to cancer drugs
Author investigates the use of ‘mini-organs’ to help deliver personalised medicine to patients in clinic
Salvia Novianti Widjaja talks about the interesting interactions of garlic and onions in the mechanisms of breast cancer
Ailish explores oncoviruses, the group of silent pathogenic invaders whose cellular disruption has led them to become a leading cause of human cancers worldwide.
Daniele Guido provides an insight into one of the new weapons doctors have against cancer.
Michael MacMillan delves into the potential capabilities of an exciting new cancer vaccine that, at first, doesn’t seem to behave like a vaccine at all.