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Research shows deadly brain cancer can mimic healthy neurons

MIAMI, FLORIDA (EMBARGOED UNTIL JAN. 11, 2024, at 11 AM EST) – Certain cancers are more difficult to treat because they contain cells that are highly skilled at evading drugs or our immune systems by disguising themselves as healthy cells. Credit: Photo by Sylvester MIAMI,
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Personalizing lifestyle interventions for cancer survivors

MIAMI, FLORIDA (Jan. 10, 2024) – Researchers with Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have received funding to better understand how personalized nutrition and exercise programs can improve quality of life after cancer treatment. Credit: Photo by Sylvester
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One more step toward treatment of PARP inhibitor-resistant ovarian cancers

“This initiative is geared towards identifying additional biomarkers that can aid in selecting the most appropriate treatments for ovarian cancer.” Credit: 2023 Ray et al. “This initiative is geared towards identifying additional biomarkers that can aid in selecting the most appropriate treatments for ovarian cancer.”
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Blood test distinguishes neuroendocrine subtype of advanced prostate cancer

Boston – Like a criminal entering a witness protection program, cancer cells can shed their past and take on a new identity. Detecting such an identity-switch is particularly challenging when metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC) advances from adenocarcinoma to neuroendocrine prostate cancer (NEPC), a very
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