Cancer cells are stressed out and it may be a good thing

DNA in our cells gets damaged everyday. Our cells can also makes mistakes when replicating our DNA. These mistakes and damages are known as "replication stress." Cancer cells are unique because they have chronic replication stress and use it to their advantage. Check out this blog article to learn more about this phenomenon and how scientists are trying to exploit it to help treat cancer.

Personalized Medicine: A New Approach to Target the “Silent Killer”

Personalized Medicine, or Precision Medicine, is an emerging strategy to treat all forms of cancer. But what exactly is personalized medicine? It essentially means using the right drug for the right patient. This doesn’t mean that personalized medicine CREATES drugs for patients, rather, it implies tailoring medical treatment to the individual characteristics of each patient’s … Continue reading Personalized Medicine: A New Approach to Target the “Silent Killer”