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Ancient Dog Cancer Hints at First Canine Host (2 of 3)

Ancient Dog Cancer Hints at First Canine Host (2 of 3)
A dog exhibiting symptoms of canine transmissible venereal tumor, a sexually transmitted cancer. This is one of two known transmissible cancers -- the other is found in the Tasmanian Devil population...

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Ancient Dog Cancer Hints at First Canine Host (1 of 3)

Ancient Dog Cancer Hints at First Canine Host (1 of 3)
Simba, a 4-year-old domestic dog from Buyubi Village in Tanzania, exhibits symptoms of canine transmissible venereal tumor. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the 24 Jan., 2014, issue of ...

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Nanoparticles Stop Breast Cancer Before It Starts (2 of 2)

Nanoparticles Stop Breast Cancer Before It Starts (2 of 2)
Intraductal delivery of fluorescent siRNA in nanoparticles to the virgin adult mouse mammary gland. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the January 1, 2014, issue of Science ...

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Nanoparticles Stop Breast Cancer Before It Starts (1 of 2)

Nanoparticles Stop Breast Cancer Before It Starts (1 of 2)
A cross-sectional view of a mouse mammary duct shows distribution of fluorescent siRNA (red), cell nuclei (blue) and basement membrane (green). This image relates to a paper that appeared in the ...

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<i>Science</i>'s 2013 Breakthrough of the Year: Cancer Immunotherapy

Science's 2013 Breakthrough of the Year: Cancer Immunotherapy
Each Dec., the editors of Science reflect back upon the major scientific discoveries of the year and choose one which they believe to be the most significant. In 2013, the journal has given the...

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Why Tumors that Return Are So Tough (3 of 3)

Why Tumors that Return Are So Tough (3 of 3)
Low-grade tumors have very few actively dividing cells (brown stained cell). After malignant transformation however, they show a dramatic increase in the number of actively dividing cells. This image ...

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Why Tumors that Return Are So Tough (2 of 3)

Why Tumors that Return Are So Tough (2 of 3)
Metabolic images from a patient who had an original diagnosis of low-grade astrocytoma that transformed to a high-grade glioma (GBM) at recurrence are shown. The image shows that tissue within the ...

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Why Tumors that Return Are So Tough (1 of 3)

Why Tumors that Return Are So Tough (1 of 3)
Metabolic images from a patient who had an original diagnosis of low-grade astrocytoma that transformed to a high-grade glioma (GBM) at recurrence are shown. The image shows that tissue within the ...

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How Cholesterol Influences Breast Cancer Risk (7 of 7)

How Cholesterol Influences Breast Cancer Risk (7 of 7)
Donald McDonnell, Ph.D, chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology at Duke and Erik Nelson, Ph.D., talk about their research linking cholesterol to breast cancer. This video relates to...

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How Cholesterol Influences Breast Cancer Risk (6 of 7)

How Cholesterol Influences Breast Cancer Risk (6 of 7)
Donald McDonnell, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology at Duke, photographed in his lab on Tuesday, November 5, 2013. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the 29...

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