A team of researchers has uncovered a gene variant that increases the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma in ethnic Chinese.
Researchers have identified a new type of deadly intestinal lymphoma that is particularly common in Asia.
Investigators from Singapore and Thailand have discovered new bile duct cancer-associated gene mutations that are caused by a type of parasitic flatworm infection.
A Singapore-based large-scale genomics study has identified more than 600 genes that are mutated in stomach cancer, the second-most lethal cancer worldwide.
A gene variant commonly found in individuals of East Asian descent, but not in African or European people, may be responsible for resistance to targeted cancer drugs used to treat certain types of leukemia and lung cancer.
Researchers in Singapore have found that stomach tumors can be classified into two distinct disease variants that respond differently to chemotherapy.
Researchers have identified a novel prognostic indicator in one of the most common malignant tumors in southern China and Southeast Asia.