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BY Scott Merville

A pair of proteins found to be overexpressed in a variety of cancers actually link to each other in glioblastoma multiforme. In the process, they support the survival and function of tumor-initiating cells in the most common and lethal form of brain tumor.

MD Anderson researchers report the connection between FoxM1 and beta-catenin in this week's edition of the journal Cancer Cell.

Their findings are the first to put FoxM1...

BY Scott Merville

Some of the world's top minds in cancer research will gather this weekend to ponder new ways of ensuring that people won't ever need to seek...

BY Katrina Burton

New data released from the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial (SELECT) shows men who took daily doses of vitamin E had significantly...

BY Scott Merville

Mutations of a tumor-suppressing gene that raise a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer actually increase her chances of surviving the disease when they are present in her tumor.

This seemingly contradictory finding by scientists at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center about the BRCA2 gene is reported in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association.

They found that women with BRCA2 mutations...

BY Lori Baker

People across the world are mourning the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who passed away Wednesday, Oct 5, following a battle with pancreatic...