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Cancer begins in your cells, which are the building blocks of your body. Normally, your body forms new cells as you need them, replacing old cells that die. Sometimes this process goes wrong. New cells grow even when you don't need them, and old cells don't die when they should. These extra cells can form a mass called a tumor. Tumors can be benign or malignant. Benign tumors aren't cancer while malignant ones are. Cells from malignant tumors can invade nearby tissues. They can also break away and spread to other parts of the body.
Researchers get deep insights into the functionality of human genome

Researchers get deep insights into the functionality of human genome

Research sheds light on innovative techniques to improve drugs for diseases

Research sheds light on innovative techniques to improve drugs for diseases

Lipid nanoparticles successfully stopped the emergence and development of tumors cells, a new study reveals

Lipid nanoparticles successfully stopped the emergence and development of tumors cells, a new study reveals

Scientists discover proteins that may improve CAR-T cell therapy for solid tumor model

Scientists discover proteins that may improve CAR-T cell therapy for solid tumor model

Researchers demonstrate how tumors make immune cells less effective

Researchers demonstrate how tumors make immune cells less effective

Researchers discover effective therapy for pediatric T-acute leukemia

Researchers discover effective therapy for pediatric T-acute leukemia

New computer model helps identify mutations that drive tumor growth

New computer model helps identify mutations that drive tumor growth

New polymer material may pave the way for development of electronic pills and drug implants

New polymer material may pave the way for development of electronic pills and drug implants

Researchers understand the mystery behind DNA rings

Researchers understand the mystery behind DNA rings

Stanford scientists develop fingertip-sized millirobots to improve targeted drug delivery

Stanford scientists develop fingertip-sized millirobots to improve targeted drug delivery

New system offers a potential solution for wide-scale stem cell production

New system offers a potential solution for wide-scale stem cell production

Novel nanoparticle therapeutic shows potential for treating human cancers

Novel nanoparticle therapeutic shows potential for treating human cancers

Discovery may reveal new ways to control plant growth

Discovery may reveal new ways to control plant growth

Spirea raises £2.4M ($3M) to develop antibody drug conjugates   in cancer

Spirea raises £2.4M ($3M) to develop antibody drug conjugates in cancer

Computational approach could enable large-scale analyses of tumor-specific total mRNA levels from patient samples

Computational approach could enable large-scale analyses of tumor-specific total mRNA levels from patient samples

Study shows how probiotic bacteria may lower the risk of ER+ breast cancer

Study shows how probiotic bacteria may lower the risk of ER+ breast cancer

ZDHHC18-mediated MDH2 palmitoylation upholds mitochondrial respiration and boosts ovarian cancer malignancy

ZDHHC18-mediated MDH2 palmitoylation upholds mitochondrial respiration and boosts ovarian cancer malignancy

Researchers utilize AI to reveal hitherto unknown 3D structures in rotavirus spike protein

Researchers utilize AI to reveal hitherto unknown 3D structures in rotavirus spike protein

Researchers discover a new interferon-gamma receptor signaling pathway

Researchers discover a new interferon-gamma receptor signaling pathway

Gene expression analysis helps identify genes that cause endocrine resistance in breast cancer

Gene expression analysis helps identify genes that cause endocrine resistance in breast cancer