In case you didn’t know, there’s a new section, showcasing interesting facets of our little heroes in cancer research.
You’ve got to use the right tool for the right problem. Right?
This is the best demonstration I’ve ever seen, of a relationship between stress and predisposition to cancer.
Are you familiar with the saying, “From the frying pan into the fire?” What looked like that turned out to be quite the opposite.
The food industry is doing it! Why not in cancer research? More is not always better.
I looked in my microscope, and what did I see ?!?!
This new “toy” is going to take Daniel 2:28 to new heights!
Cancer resistance to chemotherapy is a devastating event. Unfortunately, it is an inevitable one, too. Dr. Tim Browder, a former lab mate in the Folkman lab, carried out an evocative … Continue reading Overcoming resistance
Strange question, but not really. There is a subconscious assumption that a cancer is made up of . . . . . cancer, and only cancer. This would imply that … Continue reading How much of a cancer is cancer?
In a paper titled, “Adaptive Therapy,” published 10 years ago(!), authors R.A. Gatenby et al. proposed a radically different approach to chemotherapy. The traditional approach to chemotherapy is to use … Continue reading Adaptive Therapy