Sex (male/female biological differences) and gender (differences related to men/women social behaviors) affect human health; yet, sex and gender variables are currently largely overlooked in head and neck cancer clinical studies, where they, instead, significantly influence cancer incidence.
Behind the Paper: “Molecular Disparities in Colorectal Cancers of White Americans, Alabama African Americans, and Oklahoma American Indians”
Hiroshi Y. Yamada, Upender Manne, Chinthalapally V. Rao
One more powerful weapon to fight bladder cancer in our anti-cancer arsenal: a promising synergistic combination of FGFR and HDAC targeted therapy
Advancing human and canine cancer care: analysis of the largest clinico-genomics canine cancer dataset as a hypothesis generation for cancer drug discovery
AI analysis of canine clinical and genomic data including treatment with targeted therapies can provide translational insights and help accelerate drug development and repurposing to improve cancer outcomes.
Artificial Intelligence Reveals Features Associated with Breast Cancer Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Responses from Multi-stain Histopathologic Images
Deep sequencing of circulating tumor DNA uncovers tumor genomic mutations and heterogeneity in pediatric diffuse midline glioma: results from a pilot study