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Colorectal Cancer Treatment Response, Survival Predicted by New AI Tool
Researchers at Harvard Medical School and National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) tool that examine tumor sample images to provide doctors with prognoses and guidance on the most appropriate treatments for colorectal cancer.
Can New Technology Detect Cancer Sooner?
Despite today’s detection technology, however, many cancers still go undetected until after the disease has spread. Instead of detecting cancers one by one, various technologies promise multi-cancer early detection (MCED), and some of these approaches are already being used.
Building a Better Silver Bullet: New Tests Improve Cancer Treatment
George Alexandrakis, a University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering professor, is developing a way of using even very small samples of tissue or blood to find peptide-presenting major histocompatibility complex (MHC) antigens, that indicate which T cell receptor-like antibodies (TCRmAbs) could be used to improve a particular patient’s response to immunotherapies. His goal is to provide a way for doctors to deliver highly personalized cancer care.
Hereditary Mutations Increase Gastric Cancer Risk of Helicobacter pylori
Nine germline pathogenic variants, combined with H. pylori infection, raise gastric cancer risk considerably. Several are involved in homologous-recombination.
Early Cancer Detection Company Mercy BioAnalytics Raises $41M in Series A Round
Mercy BioAnalytics, a developer of an early cancer detection liquid biopsy leveraging extracellular vesicles, has closed a $41 million Series A financing round that will be used to further the development of the company’s novel Mercy Halo test for high-risk lung cancer screening.
Time of Day May Be Important for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
Key biologic features of tumor progression are influenced by the circadian rhythm, which could be used to optimize timing of drug delivery and maximize safety and efficacy.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Gene Linked to Cancer
New research links the X-chromosome gene DMD, mutations in which cause Duchenne muscular dystrophy, to a range of different cancers.
New Data Shows How Germline Interacts with Somatic Mutations in Cancer
New data suggests specific germline-somatic associations can affect cancer development.
An Epigenetic Exploration of Cancer
Looking beyond genes alone as the drivers of this collection of diseases promises to improve treatment and might one day lead to prevention.
Increased Cancer Risk May Be Linked to Ultra-Processed Foods
A new study led by researchers from Imperial College London suggests that higher consumption of ultra-processed foods may be linked to increased risks of developing and dying from cancer.