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Personalized Vaccine for Liver Cancer Shows Promise in Clinical Trial

A global clinical trial, led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and its Convergence Institute, […]

Immunotherapy Combination May Benefit Patients with Transplanted Kidneys and Advanced Skin Cancers

People who have had a kidney transplant are at high risk for developing skin cancers. New research directed […]

Colorectal Cancer Gene Implicated in Broad Range of Solid Tumors

A gene associated with colorectal cancer appears to also play a role in the development of other solid […]

Johns Hopkins Investigators Develop Novel Treatment for T-cell Leukemias and Lymphomas

Investigators at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have developed a novel treatment that kills human T-cell tumors […]

Robotic surgeon precisely removes cancerous tumors

Removal of cancerous tumors, or resection, in delicate areas like the head and neck is a challenge for […]

Podcast: Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Cancer

Learn about diabetes, pancreatitis and the link to pancreatic cancer in this podcast featuring Dr. Rita Kalyani and […]

Monitoring levels of DNA in the blood could indicate treatment response

Monitoring levels of DNA shed by tumors and circulating in the bloodstream could help doctors accurately assess how […]

Age-Related Changes in Fibroblast Cells Promote Pancreatic Cancer Growth and Spread

Older people may be at greater risk of developing pancreatic cancer and have poorer prognoses because of age-related […]

Amount Of Repetitive DNA In Blood Hints at Cancer Early

People with cancer have different amounts of a type of repetitive DNA — called Alu elements — than […]

Podcast: Colorectal Cancer

Listen to this insightful podcast as Work Stride co-founder Lillie Shockney, M.A.S, and Ada Graham, M.D. discuss colorectal […]

Why age matters when it comes to cancer

A person’s age has long been known to be one of the greatest risk factors for developing cancer. […]

Liquid Biopsy Predicts Response in Patients with Advanced Lung Cancer

Johns Hopkins researchers are pioneering the use of a “liquid biopsy” to predict which patients with advanced lung […]

Experimental Drug Combination Shows Promise Against Hard-to-Treat Tumors

Combining a pair of experimental drugs may help treat malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors with fewer harmful side […]

What are the risk factors for Pancreatic Cancer?

Certain factors may increase your chances of developing pancreatic cancer. Risk factors that have been scientifically proven to […]

New Lung Tumor Scoring System

A new pathologic scoring system — that accurately assesses how much lung tumor is left after a patient […]