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âItâs been very rewarding,â said Dr. Bin Tean Teh, the lead researcher in the study. âWhen somebody close to you has (the cancer), obviously the impact is greater. It makes it more personal, more passionate.â
Governor Patrick Quinn of Illinois visited the BIO International Convention to talk about the biotech sector in his state, built on a solid foundation of commercial, R&D and academic communities.
Interview: Jeremy Abbate, Director, Global Media Solutions with Scientific American
News and views from the Kidney Cancer Association. The June-July, 2012, edition of our newsletter features information about a new book written by a kidney cancer survivor for patients newly diagnosed with the disease, along with news about how you can help Team KCA in the Chicago Women's Half Marathon this weekend.
Review: Cancer Clinical Trials: A Commonsense Guide to Experimental Cancer Therapies and Clinical Trials
In an opinion article published in The Wall Street Journal entitled "Why I No Longer Support the Health Insurance Mandate," Aetna's former chairman and chief executive officer, Ron Williams, said he now believes "the legislation raises serious constitutional concerns."
The number of cancer survivors living in the U.S. is expected to surge by one-third come 2022, with about 18 million people expected to survive the disease.
Loyola researchers are taking advantage of a quirk in the evolution of fruit fly genes to help develop new weapons against cancer.
Aschacher will play for the Kidney Cancer Association in honor of his late uncle, Dr. Paul Aschacher, who was diagnosed with kidney cancer in January after he found blood in his urine.
In experimental cancer models, increased signaling through the MET pathway results in acquisition or reinforcement of all elements of the malignant phenotype.
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