More treatment options, targeted therapies and an understanding of when less is more have improved breast cancer outcomes in recent years. But more work remains.
Donated tumor tissue from a 5-year-old brain cancer patient uncovers the key and early role of a less-understood genetic mutation in the cancer’s fatal course.
Michigan Medicine oncologists highlight some of the top findings that came from the field’s largest professional meeting.
For the first time, researchers have found an important factor that mitigates immune suppression in cancer.
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