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Featured News and Research
The Pandemic’s Impact on Cancer Diagnoses
The Annual Report to the Nation Part 2 found new diagnoses of six major cancer types fell in the early part of the pandemic.
One CAR T-Cell Therapy for Blood Cancers?
Using CRISPR, researchers have developed a potential “universal” immunotherapy for blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma.
Could Bacteria Help Find Cancer?
Engineered bacteria can detect DNA that has been released from tumors, a recent study showed.
The Power of Improved Data Sharing - Childhood Cancer Data Initiative
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