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Gut Microbiome Diversity Linked to Slower Melanoma Progression
Researchers find that patients with more varied types of bacteria in their digestive tract had longer median progression-free survival.
Gene that Maintains Intestinal Stem Cells Also Critical for Tumor Growth
The findings reinforce the growing body of evidence of the link between stem cells and cancer, and may suggest future cancer treatments.
Thermo Fisher Scientific, University Hospital Basel Launch NGS CDx Partnership
Partners to develop next-generation sequencing-based cancer diagnostics, to accelerate clinical research into oncology and immuno-oncology
New method extracts important mutations from enhancer DNA
New method developed by researchers at the Whitehead Institute is able to extract important mutational information from enhancer DNA.
Knowledge Bank Approach Makes Precision Oncology a Reality
Acute myeloid leukemia study finds personalized therapy can be achieved for all patients.
New Single Cell Transcriptional Profiling Method Developed
Data from patients with leukemia use single-cell RNA-sequencing technology to yield the most comprehensive single cell data sets to date.
Three Seattle Genetics Clinical Trials Put on FDA Hold After Patient Deaths
The FDA placed a full clinical hold on a Phase I/II trial of vadastuximab talirine (SGN-CD334) for AML, and partial holds on two others.
Ribosomal Expression Patterns May Serve as Cancer Prognostic Markers
Researchers investigated the expression of ribosomal proteins in various tumors and discovered a cancer type specific signature.
Flatiron Health, Foundation Medicine Launch Clinico-Genomic Database
The IT platform is designed to aid researchers and biopharmaceutical companies speed up development of targeted drugs and immunotherapies.
In the Lab: A Conversation with Federico Monzon, M.D., President-Elect, AMP
A Conversation with Federico Monzon, M.D., President-Elect of the Association for Molecular Pathology.