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Dana-Farber to present research on myeloma progression from precursor conditions

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists will present research marking significant advances against the hematologic cancer multiple myeloma at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting Dec. 1-4. Their findings provide new insights into the progression of the disease from precursor conditions

Research leads to rare ER+ breast cancer mutations insight

Recent research and genomic studies have revealed a number of genes that accumulate somatic, or non-inherited, mutations and alterations in estrogen receptor positive (ER+) breast cancer. However, while a few alterations are quite common and relatively well understood, many genes are

Is your cellphone giving you cancer? A comprehensive guide to the messy, frustrating research.

Get that thing off your skull.” That’s something my mom says just about every time she sees me with a cellphone pressed against my ear. She also worries about cellphones in pockets, telling my brothers that they’re “frying their testicles” with