Breast cancer stem cells from patients with different racial and ethnic backgrounds showed important differences in activation of immune response-related genes in mouse models.
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Studies suggest the gut microbiome can influence immunotherapy side effects. Butyrate emerges as an intriguing candidate against inflammation in the colon.
Researchers Identify a New, Vital Player in Graft-Versus-Host Disease and Organ Transplant Rejection
How one long noncoding RNA could help improve outcomes in bone marrow and solid organ transplantation.
Patients with cancers of unknown origin greatly benefited from next-generation sequencing; widespread inherited cancer risk also suggests broad utility, a study finds.
University of Michigan research into COVID-19 complications, cancer and surprise medical bills competes among the nation’s top discoveries of the past year.
As large multi-cancer datasets become more important for predicting who may benefit from cancer drugs, a new approach better accounts for potentially overlooked variation.