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A collection of images from prior stories, including illustrations of DNA, chromosomes, and various cells, microscopy images of cancer cells, and a photo of a mouse on a treadmill.
Our Favorite Cancer Stories of 2022
This year, cancer researchers uncovered a variety of ways that tumors can survive and spread, ranging from damaging their own DNA to exploiting the nearby microenvironment for nutrients.
Our Favorite Cancer Stories of 2022
Our Favorite Cancer Stories of 2022

This year, cancer researchers uncovered a variety of ways that tumors can survive and spread, ranging from damaging their own DNA to exploiting the nearby microenvironment for nutrients.

This year, cancer researchers uncovered a variety of ways that tumors can survive and spread, ranging from damaging their own DNA to exploiting the nearby microenvironment for nutrients.

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Sleep Is Critical for the Zebrafish Brain to Repair DNA Damage
Catherine Offord | Mar 6, 2019 | 2 min read
Neurons can only efficiently fix genetic injuries when the animals are asleep.
X Marks the Spot for Sperm Production
Chris Palmer | Jul 21, 2013 | 3 min read
A new genetic analysis suggests the human X chromosome evolves rapidly and plays a specialized role in sperm production.
Top 7 in Cancer Biology
Tia Ghose | Oct 3, 2011 | 3 min read
A snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in cancer biology and related areas, from Faculty of 1000
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