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Mutated BRCA genes raise prostate and pancreatic cancer risk

Mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes increase the risk of breast cancer but may also cause prostate and pancreatic cancers in men, Cambridge University scientists have discovered. After studying the medical history of thousands of families, the team found that 27% of men who carry a BRCA 2 mutation will develop prostate cancer, and those […]

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DNA disruption could cause cancer, say scientists

Scientists studying the cell replication process have discovered that damage to DNA during the early stages could potentially create “genomic instability” that could cause cancer. The cutting-edge research into cell replication has implications for future research and could, in time, lead to the development of new strategies for diagnosing and treating cancer. Cells in the […]

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New CAR T cell immunotherapy a cancer killer

Scientists at the Sloan Kettering Institute have engineered a new range of immunotherapies that target not only cancer cells with specific markers but cancer cells surrounding the tumour site. Described by researchers as a “micropharmacy” in the body, the new cells offer hope for those with cancers that evade treatment with immunotherapies or for whom […]

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