Stand Up To Cancer fosters collaboration among top scientists across fields to speed up the translation of research findings into new treatments.
A new set of findings from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) project was published recently, in the October 16, 2013 issue
Are you interested in following developments in cancer research, but feeling a bit challenged to (a) find the time to
Over the past two to three decades, advocacy groups have worked to increase public awareness of breast cancer. Many of
“The Truth in Small Doses” by Clifton Leaf provides valuable insights into changes that need to be made in the cancer research “culture” so that we can get on track toward finding new treatments that save more lives.
How much of what we read about new “breakthroughs” in cancer research is reliable and how much is distorted? How can we tell the difference?
I recently came across a copy of a letter I wrote back in 1994, about a year after my breast
My life journey, especially since my second diagnosis of early stage breast cancer, has included learning the basics about the science of breast cancer and advocating with others for research funding.