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BY Scott Merville

Discovery of six mutated genes in head and neck squamous cell cancer provides an opportunity to develop customized treatment for the disease, researchers say.

"These findings should help us better treat patients by allowing us to take a more personalized approach than is currently possible with this cancer," said Jeffrey Myers, M.D., Ph.D., professor in MD Anderson's Department of Head and Neck Surgery. Myers is co-senior author...

BY Scott Merville

Cancer evades or wards off attack by the immune system and even hijacks some aspects of the body's defenses against disease to thrive and...

BY MD Anderson Staff

Publishing high-quality research is a major advantage for graduate students in today's climate of financial austerity and intense competition...