News file for: Stomach Cancer
Using a new technique called Nano-ChIPseq, scientists have found that stomach cancer is driven by mutations in regions of the genome known as cryptic promoters.
Scientists have tailor-made a new chemical compound that blocks a key cancer protein.
A new type of breath test that detects nanoparticles could help diagnose stomach cancers, according to a study.
Researchers have found that patients carrying genetic mutations that characterize Lynch syndrome face an increased risk of developing breast and pancreatic cancer.
Researchers at CUHK are slowly creating a blueprint to understand how the H. pylori pathogen stays alive and well in the acidic guts of half the world’s population.
The Forgotten Cancers Project launched yesterday by the Cancer Council Victoria hopes to understand the causes of less common and under-researched cancers.