A new study found that tumor cells in the pancreas get reprogrammed for optimal malignancy, shedding light on possible treatment options for metastatic pancreatic cancer.
A new nanoparticle shows how it can treat ocular cancer by turning tumor cells against themselves.
Tumor cells circulating in the blood of metastatic patients could give as accurate a genomic read-out as tumor biopsies, a new study has shown.
Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have developed a nanoparticle that equips two unique and important features. The nanoparticles are spherical in shape and silver in composition, encased in a shell that is coated with a peptide that enables it to target tumor cells.
Researchers report success in creating personalized vaccines from a patient's dendritic cells in treating ovarian cancer.