Keyword: Weill Cornell Medical College
Studies in mice suggest cancer vaccines made of frameshift peptides could stop or prevent tumor growth.
Positive data from a mouse trial of a cancer-preventing vaccine has Weill Cornell researchers planning a trial in people with a genetic predisposition.
A team co-led by Nobel Prize winner Harold Varmus created a model of small cell lung cancer that may help refine treatments during tumor development.
The week’s biotech news included a potential boost to cancer immunotherapy and new insight into a dementia-causing protein.
Researchers have discovered a molecule that promotes the growth of blood vessels in bone, reversing weakening and helping fractures heal.
Researchers at Northwestern University are revisiting the idea of gene therapy to treat depression.