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Cancer

College of Medicine professor honored with NIH director’s New Innovator Award

October 5, 2017
How a grant from the NIH can help lead to a new, engineering approach to treating diseases

Breast and cervical cancer screening grant has dual purpose

October 3, 2017
$1.35 million from CPRIT will provide uninsured women with free cancer screenings, and students with educational opportunities

Texas A&M faculty awarded more than $8.6 million from CPRIT

August 22, 2017
Six recently-funded research projects at Texas A&M look to reduce the burden of cancer in Texas

Using statistical methods in the development of precision medicine

July 20, 2017
Novel statistical methods can improve the design and analysis of clinical trials to realize the promise of precision medicine

Bacteria actively drive development of colorectal cancer

July 13, 2017
Texas A&M findings could help pave the way to new treatment strategies

Engineering clearing agents to eliminate specific antibodies

June 20, 2017
When these molecules start doing more harm than good, we need a way to degrade them

No, breast cancer doesn’t go away on its own

May 25, 2017
New study quantifies number of times a cancerous tumor has regressed: The answer is zero

Nursing student returns to hospital that once treated her

May 3, 2017
For nursing graduate Madison Haley, roles have reversed, she’s headed back to work at the hospital where she was once the patient

Epigenetic changes on demand: Turning the ‘traffic lights’ of DNA from red to green

April 20, 2017
Texas A&M researchers devise tool to decipher the epigenetic codes of the human genome

Spermidine-rich foods may prevent liver cancer, extend lifespan

April 18, 2017
Recent research from Texas A&M hints at the possibilities of spermidine, a compound found in common foods
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