Cancer cell

Tumors disable immune cells by using up sugar

Contact: Michael C. Purdy 314-286-0122 Washington University School of Medicine Cancer cells’ appetite for sugar may have serious consequences for immune cell function, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have learned. The scientists found that… Read More ›

Unlocking the body’s defenses against cancer : ‘kinase inhibitors’ cancerous cells in a flask the diseased cells stopped multiplying and began acting like normal cells again

Contact: Aeron Haworth 44-161-275-8383 University of Manchester Scientists have discovered a way of allowing healthy cells to take charge of cancerous cells and stop them developing into tumours in what could provide a new approach to treating early-stage cancers…. Read More ›