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BY Ron Gilmore

Just as no two people possess the same genetic makeup, a recent study has shown that no two single tumor cells in breast cancer patients have an identical genome.

In fact, depending on the tumor cell, they grow at dramatically different speeds, according to a study led by Nicholas Navin, Ph.D., assistant professor in Genetics at MD Anderson Cancer Center. The study findings may have important implications...

breast cancer genetics

BY Katrina Burton

Effective new drugs and screening would make hepatitis C a rare disease by 2036, according to a computer simulation conducted by MD Anderson...

BY MD Anderson

MD Anderson Cancer Center is ranked No. 2 in cancer care by the U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Hospitals” survey.

Since...

BY Ronda Wendler

Seven postdoctoral research fellows who represent some of the country’s best cancer research trainees visited MD Anderson in June to participate in a unique new program that showcases young scientific talent.

The program, titled the “Symposium on the Future of Cancer Science,” brings outstanding postdoctoral fellows from the country’s top institutions to MD Anderson, where they meet department heads and faculty, tour MD Anderson...

BY MD Anderson

How can technological innovation help end cancer?

That's the question IBM and MD Anderson Cancer Center recently posed when they teamed...

BY Katrina Burton

More than 50 years after the first Surgeon General’s report on smoking definitively linked cigarettes and lung cancer, the world remains plagued...