Researchers have found a possible explanation for why many cancer drugs work in mouse models but not human, along with a new method for starving cells, and an unexpected discovery regarding transposons & blood cancers. Explore this months oncology round-up:
This week, we’re looking at research on immunotherapy applications in kidney cancer, a potential prostate cancer test that could avoid unnecessary biopsies, and immunotherapy responses in various cancer treatments.
What’s new in infectious disease for January 2021? We’ve rounded up information on fast-tracking methods for vaccines within pre-clinical tests, the presence of water molecules in drug-resistant bacteria models, and a hopeful vaccination against Staphylococcus infections.
As we round out November 2020, we’re reading about a successful COVID-detecting AI model, a promising relationship between the MMR vaccine & COVID-19, and a new study behind the causes of fatal influenza.
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