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October 3, 2019

Study identifies targeted therapy’s cardiac risks

After a recent study showed that chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients who received ibrutinib as a frontline treatment had a 7% death rate, a new study offers a clearer picture on the reasons for the deaths.

October 22, 2019

Another way to detect lymphedema

Early detection of lymphedema, which occurs in 20% of patients following breast cancer treatment, may improve therapeutic options for patients.

November 7, 2019

VICC takes leading role in international cancer database project

VICC is one of three institutions launching the first phase of a collaboration to advance precision oncology through the creation of a clinico-genomic dataset with an international reach.

November 14, 2019

NCI ‘Moonshot’ grant to boost hereditary cancer identification

VUMC is leading an initiative to establish a streamlined process for collection of family health histories that could set the stage for a standardized system to make the information easily accessible.

December 21, 2019

Cell fate signaling

A newly identified protein interaction that affects cell cycle regulation may be an attractive target for cancer therapy.

October 21, 2019

Completing DNA synthesis

James Dewar and colleagues have identified a role for the enzyme topoisomerase II in reducing replication errors during the final stage of DNA synthesis.

November 18, 2019

Understanding cell division

Vanderbilt researchers have uncovered another piece in the puzzle of how cells divide — a process that goes awry in cancer cells.

October 3, 2019

A step toward gastric cancer

New research findings provide insight into the detrimental events that develop in response to H. pylori infection.

January 16, 2020

VUMC study sheds light on gastric cancer development

VUMC researchers have created the world’s first laboratory model of precancerous changes in the lining of the stomach, a scientific tour de force that is helping to unlock the mysteries of gastric cancer development.

September 19, 2019

Potential prostate cancer biomarkers

An analysis of more than 140,000 people of European ancestry has identified blood protein biomarkers associated with prostate cancer risk.
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