New Guidelines Expand <em>BRCA</em> Screening
New Guidelines Expand BRCA Screening
US Preventive Services Task Force recommends genetic testing for mutations in the cancer-related genes for more—but not all—women.
New Guidelines Expand BRCA Screening
New Guidelines Expand BRCA Screening

US Preventive Services Task Force recommends genetic testing for mutations in the cancer-related genes for more—but not all—women.

US Preventive Services Task Force recommends genetic testing for mutations in the cancer-related genes for more—but not all—women.

cancer biology
Immune Cell Bank Bets on Future CAR T Success
Immune Cell Bank Bets on Future CAR T Success
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 16, 2019
The company Cell Vault offers to hold consumers’ T cells for later use, but scientists suggest the service would benefit very few users.
Two Genes Conspire in Endometriosis and Cancer to Help Cells Migrate
Two Genes Conspire in Endometriosis and Cancer to Help Cells Migrate
Emma Yasinski | Aug 9, 2019
The genes promote the migration of endothelial cells outside of the uterus, a characteristic of both endometriosis and endometrial cancers, a study of mice and human tissue finds.
Image of the Day: Tamed Gut Bacteria
Image of the Day: Tamed Gut Bacteria
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 8, 2019
Curbing the growth of harmful bacteria in mouse microbiomes reduces the animals’ incidence of inflammation-related colorectal cancer.
Clinical Trials Bite Off Chunk of CAR T Therapy Market
Clinical Trials Bite Off Chunk of CAR T Therapy Market
Kerry Grens | Jul 30, 2019
About a quarter of lymphoma patients eligible for the cancer treatments are opting for experimental—and free—options instead.
In Situ Vaccination: A Cancer Treatment a Century in the Making
In Situ Vaccination: A Cancer Treatment a Century in the Making
Emma Yasinski | Jul 25, 2019
Injecting immunostimulants directly into the tumor is not a new strategy to stimulate the immune system, but the approach has seen a surge of interest in recent years.
Image of the Day: Right on Target
Image of the Day: Right on Target
Nicoletta Lanese | Jul 23, 2019
An injectable biomaterial calls cancer drugs to tumor sites in mice.
Glioblastoma on a Chip
Glioblastoma on a Chip
Jef Akst | Jul 15, 2019
Researchers use 3-D printing technology to construct a brain cancer model that accurately recapitulated in vivo biology and predicted patient drug responses.
Infographic: A 3-D Printed Brain Tumor
Infographic: A 3-D Printed Brain Tumor
Jef Akst | Jul 15, 2019
How researchers create a glioblastoma on a chip that can predict patients’ response to treatments
T Cell Proliferation Linked to CAR T Responses
T Cell Proliferation Linked to CAR T Responses
Ashley Yeager | Jul 15, 2019
Comparing the cells of cancer patients who did and did not respond to the immunotherapy could reveal biomarkers to predict who should receive it in the first place.