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A Primer on Haemophilia (Graphic)

People with the inherited bleeding disorder haemophilia lack factors that cause the blood to clot. The disease affects thousands of people around the world and has even played a part in historic events

January 1, 2015 — Neil Savage

Therapy: This Time It's Personal

Tailoring cancer treatment to individual and evolving tumours is the way of the future, but scientists are still hashing out the details

July 1, 2014 — Lauren Gravitz
Biology: Three Known Unknowns

Biology: Three Known Unknowns

Even as cancer therapies improve, basic questions about drug resistance, tumour spread and the role of normal tissue remain unanswered

July 4, 2014 — Katherine Bourzac
Comparative Biology: Naked Ambition

Comparative Biology: Naked Ambition

A subterranean species that seems to be cancer-proof is providing promising clues on how we might prevent the disease in humans

July 3, 2014 — Sarah Deweerdt

Perspective: Learning to Share

Genomics can provide powerful tools against cancer — but only once clinical information can be made broadly available

July 1, 2014 — John Quackenbush

Cancer: The March on Malignancy

New research into how and why tumors form, grow and spread is producing better screening tests and more effective remedies with fewer side effects

July 1, 2014 — Herb Brody

See the World from a Different Perspective

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