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Genetic modifier impacts colon tumor formation
Published: 8/12/2014

A quirk in a genetic modifier found in mice causes fewer tumors to form, even if they have a mutation that typically leads to colon cancer.

Nanotax phase I clinical trial shows promise for treating abdominal cancers
Published: 7/23/2014

A repurposed drug commonly used to treat ovarian cancer saw positive results and minimal side effects in early clinical trials.

Investigating new therapies to suppress mutant cancer tumor proteins
Published: 6/24/2014

Being able to use a drug already used for treating other diseases is a jackpot for cancer researchers. And that's what The University of Kansas Cancer Center researchers are hoping to find by investigating mutant tumor proteins.

Starving pancreatic cancer before it has a chance to feast
Published: 6/11/2014

Pancreatic cancer’s low survival rate gives researchers from The University of Kansas Cancer Center even more reason to find a way to prevent and treat the hard-to-detect cancer.

KU Cancer Center researchers are looking for ways to reduce the rate of cervical cancer among incarcerated women
Published: 5/27/2014

Researchers at the University of Kansas Cancer Center will use a $1.5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to examine ways to lower the rates of cervical cancer among incarcerated women.

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