In this age of modern medicine, a cancer diagnosis no longer guarantees an untimely death. Many advances in cancer detection and treatment have been made over the past 30 years, and survival rates for the vast majority of cancers continue to improve. Unfortunately, not all cancer types benefit from a wide range of diagnosis and … More Building New Tools to Fight Stronger Foes: How Research is Making Inroads in the Early Detection and Treatment of Two Hard-to-Treat Cancers
We often hear about viruses, but what are viruses exactly? Viruses are extremely small particles that cannot be seen by the naked eye or even a typical microscope. They consist of DNA wrapped in a protein coat. Interestingly, since viruses are not able to reproduce on their own, viruses are not truly alive like bacteria … More How Can a Virus Cause Cancer?