Although the role of ras in cancer has been recognized for more than 30 years, all efforts to create drugs to block the mutant Ras protein have thus far failed. But after years of frustration, researchers are finally…
Earlier this year the University of Glasgow made several discoveries which will not only assist doctors in creating treatment strategies for patients with pancreatic cancer, but also will allow pharmaceutical companies to develop drugs to battle this most lethal of cancers.
In a joint study researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute at Harvard, and the University of Michigan Medical School have uncovered fascinating information about how pancreatic cancer cells avoid starvation: They force nearby support cells to provide them with sustenance.
Down-Under some Scientists have been utilizing so exciting new tech – nanomedicine that can take one of the deadliest of all cancers, pancreatic cancer: Nanotech that can deliver drugs to targeted areas of the body.