Nanoparticles with innovative coatings target tumor cells, enhancing chemotherapy effectiveness while minimizing side effects.
Mechanical therapy physically breaks down cancer cells and could help overcome the problem of treatment resistance.
Microneedle skin patches combined with a safe electrical current help antigens cross the skin to trigger an immune response against tumors.
Many biopsies may soon be avoidable with the advent of an accurate biosensor for prostate cancer that detects biomarkers in the blood.
Research uncovers how tumor cells’ stem cell-like qualities and their ability to evade the immune system helps some cancers spread during metastasis.
How manipulating electron flow through cells’ mitochondria could help enhance immunotherapy.
A new approach to cancer treatment combines gene editing with a known chemotherapy drug, harnessing the benefits of both for better outcomes.
Scientists are hopeful that a new, more sensitive test for detecting ovarian cancer might provide better options, especially for patients with BRCA genes.
A specific epigenetic signature in patients who respond to chemotherapy offers potential to improve treatment.
Bacteria residing inside tumors provide a surprisingly powerful immunotherapy platform to combat different cancers.