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Improved capture of cancer cells in blood could help track disease

But if these cast-offs could be accurately counted, they could provide an additional way to track treatment or screen for the disease. New research by University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor of Pharmacy Seungpyo Hong and his collaborators builds on several years of

Dementia’s Gift: Facing Cancer Without the Fear

I’m driving my mother to her second week of radiation on a glorious spring day. Pale green leaf-lace froths on the trees, a verdant scribble working its way up the foothills of Mt. Greylock. Spring is an irrepressible fact in New

New imaging technology could significantly improve the accuracy of cancer diagnosis

The team, which was led by the Department of Physics and the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London recently described the technology, which is called “Digistain”, in the journal Convergent Science Physical Oncology. Currently, cancers are generally diagnosed using