Researchers discover how a gene mutation in the cancerous tumor leads to cell cycle dysregulation and heightened sensitivity to a class of inhibitors.
A chromatin degrader stops transcription factors from driving cancer, which may serve as a potential treatment approach for over 90% of prostate cancers.
A common mutation in a rare cancer subtype leads researchers to an already-approved drug that shows promise against uterine serous carcinoma.
The anti-cancer effect of the drug may help those with rare, hereditary cancer syndromes avoid surgeries by shrinking tumors via a daily oral dose.
HPV circulating tumor DNA and MRI/PET imaging markers predicted which tumors would respond to chemoradiation as early as two weeks into treatment.
Bolstering a specific enzyme within the mitochondria of intestinal cells helped mitigate GI disease induced by T cells after bone marrow transplant, cancer immunotherapy.