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Colorectal Cancer is cancer that develops in the colon (the longest part of the large intestine) and/or the rectum (the last several inches of the large intestine before the anus). In the United States, it is the fourth most common cancer in men and women. Caught early, it is often curable.
Iron-dependent cell death can be used to improve immunotherapies against liver cancer

Iron-dependent cell death can be used to improve immunotherapies against liver cancer

Substituting meat for mycoprotein reduces intestinal genotoxins, increases healthy gut bacteria

Substituting meat for mycoprotein reduces intestinal genotoxins, increases healthy gut bacteria

Digital microfluidics as the optimal technology for bacterial protocol advances

Digital microfluidics as the optimal technology for bacterial protocol advances

Combination of two types of immune cells helps predict response to cancer immunotherapy

Combination of two types of immune cells helps predict response to cancer immunotherapy

Accumulation of collagen at injured sites in the gut stimulates cellular reprogramming, study reveals

Accumulation of collagen at injured sites in the gut stimulates cellular reprogramming, study reveals

Digital microbe database unlocks patient response to treatment

Digital microbe database unlocks patient response to treatment

Three-year interval appropriate between screening for colorectal cancer

Three-year interval appropriate between screening for colorectal cancer

The critical role of amino acid sensing pathways in driving colorectal cancer

The critical role of amino acid sensing pathways in driving colorectal cancer

New bioprinting platform to replicate tumors in 3D spheroids

New bioprinting platform to replicate tumors in 3D spheroids

Metabolite from pomegranate to boost immune cells that fight tumors

Metabolite from pomegranate to boost immune cells that fight tumors

Circadian clock impacts cell growth, metabolism, and tumor development

Circadian clock impacts cell growth, metabolism, and tumor development

Study shows how innate lymphoid cells may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Study shows how innate lymphoid cells may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Immune cell migration contributes to inefficient antitumor immunity, study finds

Immune cell migration contributes to inefficient antitumor immunity, study finds

New approach to assess motility and invasive capacity of cancer cells in a tissue section

New approach to assess motility and invasive capacity of cancer cells in a tissue section

Researchers study how metabolomic assessment finds postmortem biomarkers indicating decedent’s diabetes mellitus history

Researchers study how metabolomic assessment finds postmortem biomarkers indicating decedent’s diabetes mellitus history

A cryptic molecule can awaken killer viruses from their slumber

A cryptic molecule can awaken killer viruses from their slumber

New strategy to improve the therapeutic efficacy of liver cancer immunotherapy

New strategy to improve the therapeutic efficacy of liver cancer immunotherapy

CRISPR screening identifies metabolic enzyme as new target for anti-inflammatory therapeutics

CRISPR screening identifies metabolic enzyme as new target for anti-inflammatory therapeutics

Study provides insights on mucin degradation mechanisms by a group of gut bacteria

Study provides insights on mucin degradation mechanisms by a group of gut bacteria

Study reports high-fat diet increases the incidence of colorectal cancer

Study reports high-fat diet increases the incidence of colorectal cancer

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