The Cancer Research Institute fosters research in cancer immunology to develop more effective life-saving treatments for all types of cancer.
New clinical trials will test whether the addition of progesterone could improve treatment for hormone receptor-positive breast cancer.
Prominent issues in cancer research this year included finding ways to make immune system therapies safer and effective for more patients, and the need to make new cancer medicines more affordable.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation provides seed grants for studies that have the potential for rapid clinical application in breast cancer.
When consumers have a better understanding of how clinical trials work they are most likely to say they would enroll in one, a recent study found.
A major new report details action needed to accelerate progress against metastatic breast cancer so that it can be treated as a manageable condition with good quality of life.
How could sharing of data among researchers conducting clinical trials lead to better progress against cancer and more benefit for patients?
Is the end of cancer as a deadly disease now possible? Can we actually win the war on cancer, which has been pronounced a failure by many?
Taking a look back at major stories about developments in cancer research and breast cancer in 2015.
What’s exciting in cancer research right now? This post reviews several of the most interesting cancer research stories that have been in the news this Summer.