Gloria Echeverria Investigates an Insidious Form of Breast Cancer
Gloria Echeverria Investigates an Insidious Form of Breast Cancer
The newly minted Baylor College of Medicine faculty member is working to crack the mystery of triple negative breast cancer.
Gloria Echeverria Investigates an Insidious Form of Breast Cancer
Gloria Echeverria Investigates an Insidious Form of Breast Cancer

The newly minted Baylor College of Medicine faculty member is working to crack the mystery of triple negative breast cancer.

The newly minted Baylor College of Medicine faculty member is working to crack the mystery of triple negative breast cancer.

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Baby Born from Egg that Was Matured and Frozen in the Lab
Baby Born from Egg that Was Matured and Frozen in the Lab
Catherine Offord | Feb 19, 2020
A cancer patient who underwent the new fertility preservation procedure successfully gave birth five years after her immature eggs were collected.
Image of the Day: Patient-Derived Organoids
Image of the Day: Patient-Derived Organoids
Emily Makowski | Oct 10, 2019
Three-dimensional tissue cultures grown from cancer patients’ own tumors can predict responses to the drug irinotecan.
Mopping Up Excess Chemotherapy Drugs
Mopping Up Excess Chemotherapy Drugs
Ruth Williams | Apr 1, 2019
A prototype in-vein device would collect toxic medications before they reach healthy tissues.
Infographic: Medication Mop-Up
Infographic: Medication Mop-Up
Ruth Williams | Apr 1, 2019
Researchers have developed a prototype device to filter excess chemotherapy medication from the bloodstream.
From Chemical Weapon to Chemotherapy, 1917–1946
From Chemical Weapon to Chemotherapy, 1917–1946
Carolyn Wilke | Apr 1, 2019
Mustard gas blistered men’s bodies on the battlefield, but paved the way for cancer-fighting drugs.
Exosomes Linked to Cancer Spread from Chemoresistant Tumors in Mice
Exosomes Linked to Cancer Spread from Chemoresistant Tumors in Mice
Carolyn Wilke | Jan 10, 2019
The vesicles promote metastasis after chemotherapy, but the authors say the results shouldn’t alarm patients and may point to ways to improve treatments.
Leukemia Relapses May Arise From Specialized Cells
Leukemia Relapses May Arise From Specialized Cells
Sukanya Charuchandra | Dec 1, 2018
Targeting the transient group of cells could prevent recurrence of the disease.
Drug Cocktail Slows Progress of Aggressive Breast Cancer
Drug Cocktail Slows Progress of Aggressive Breast Cancer
Ashley P. Taylor | Oct 22, 2018
Checkpoint inhibition combined with chemotherapy gives patients with triple-negative metastatic breast cancer about two months more time without significant tumor growth, a study finds.
Mutant RAS Proteins Team Up for Oncogenicity
Mutant RAS Proteins Team Up for Oncogenicity
Jim Daley | Apr 1, 2018
Mice with cancer whose KRAS proteins couldn’t link together had much better survival outcomes than those whose oncogenic mutant paired with wild-type KRAS.