Researchers examined the DNA of lymphomas that occur in and around the eye, and found several mutations for which targeted therapies are being tested in other cancer types.
Comprehending how pancreatic tumor cells thrive might be the key to new therapies and diagnostic tools.
An investigation from the University of Michigan could eventually lead to new therapies that take aim at the most aggressive type of breast cancer.
More than half of children saw either partial or complete cancer remission in an international clinical trial — an "extraordinary success."
Aging skin is less able to bounce back from wear and tear and wounds than younger skin. A new study identifies why.