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Produced by the brain in response to darkness and often taken as a sleep aid supplement, melatonin could be effective in slowing the growth of certain breast cancer tumors, according to a new report
Drugs comprised of single strands of DNA, called aptamers, can bind to targets inside tumor cells causing cell death.
A new study from a team of American researchers has revealed that a disrupted sleep pattern can accelerate the progression of cancer.
A team of scientists, led by principal investigator David D. Schlaepfer, PhD, a professor in the Department of Reproductive Medicine at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, has found that a protein involved in promoting tumor growth and survival is also activated in surrounding blood vessels, enabling cancer cells to spread into the bloodstream.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists have developed a mathematical model to predict how a patient's tumor is likely to behave and which of several possible treatments is most likely to be effective.
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