Cleveland Clinics researchers are the first to explore breast tissue microbiota – revealing a link between a particular bacterial composition and breast cancer.
Chemotherapy is the traditional drug treatment for cancer, effective yet plagued by its side effects. These agents are toxic to cells (cytotoxic) that rapidly divide, hence killing cancer cells throughout the body. However, there...
Sarah Neidler explores tumour relapse after initial response to therapy and explains how recent technological developments may help to overcome this problem.
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Nikita Grover discusses research carried out to combat the WHO’s recent classification of processed meats as group 1 carcinogens
Claire Harris investigates the cancer fighting abilities of one of nature’s giants.
Michaela Mrschtik discusses the self-cannibalising behaviour of pancreatic cancer cells and what this behaviour could mean for developing targeted treatments for pancreatic cancer.
Síle Johnson goes behind enemy lines to investigate the potential of bacteria as an alternative therapy in cancer treatment.