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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

  • June 19, 2014
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 1, 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

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 1, 2014 — Katherine Bourzac

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