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How Do We Reduce the Risk?

How Do We Reduce the Risk?
This image shows ways to reduce cancer risk from environmental exposure.

Contact: Janet Wong
janet.wong@oahpp.ca
647-260-7247
Public Health Ontario

How Many Cancer Cases Are Environmental Agents Associated With?

How Many Cancer Cases Are Environmental Agents Associated With?
This image shows the number of cancer cases due to environmental factors.

Contact: Janet Wong
janet.wong@oahpp.ca
647-260-7247
Public Health Ontario

What Are the Most Important Contributors to Cancer in Our Environment?

What Are the Most Important Contributors to Cancer in Our Environment?
This is an infographic of the most important contributors to cancer from the environment.

Contact: Janet Wong
janet.wong@oahpp.ca
647-260-7247
Public Health Ontario

Good Cell, Bad Cell: What Makes Them Different? (2 of 2)

Good Cell, Bad Cell: What Makes Them Different? (2 of 2)
PMN (Lox-1- PMN) and PMN-MDSC (Lox-1+ PMN) are nearly impossible to distinguish through external features. PMN cells from a patient with head and neck cancer. Scale bars, 20 μm. This material ...

Contact: Science Press Package Team
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202-346-6440
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Good Cell, Bad Cell: What Makes Them Different? (1 of 2)

Good Cell, Bad Cell: What Makes Them Different? (1 of 2)
LOX-1+ PMN-MDSC in tumor tissues. Typical staining of tumor tissues. Scale bars, 100 μm. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Aug. 5, 2016, issue of Science Immunology, ...

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American Association for the Advancement of Science

Researchers from CSI Singapore Discover New Way to Inhibit Development of Lung Cancer

Researchers from CSI Singapore Discover New Way to Inhibit Development of Lung Cancer
A study led by Professor Daniel Tenen, Director of the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at the National University of Singapore, found that inhibiting a protein called BMI1 could inhibit the ...

Contact: Goh Yu Chong
yuchong.goh@nus.edu.sg
65-660-11653
National University of Singapore

Galectin-3 and Proteoglycans

Galectin-3 and Proteoglycans
Galectin-3, a well-known lectin protein that binds with sugars, could have a number of interactions with other glycan-binding proteins, which may complicate the biological processes that drive cancer ...

Contact: Tarun Dam
tkdam@mtu.edu
906-487-2940
Michigan Technological University

Blocking JAM-C Protein

Blocking JAM-C Protein
Blocking JAM-C on lymphoma cells inhibits their migration through vessel walls.

Contact: Thomas Matthes
thomas.matthes@unige.ch
41-223-723-930
Université de Genève

The Impact of Myc

The Impact of Myc
As its concentration increases, the protein Myc activates an increasing number of genes in cells. Beyond a certain level, this causes the cell to transform into a tumor cell.

Contact: Dr. Elmar Wolf
elmar.wolf@biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de
49-931-318-3259
University of Würzburg

A New Drug Target for Lung Cancer

A New Drug Target for Lung Cancer
A new study in mice shows that therapy blocking an oncogenic protein, BMI1, may be effective against some forms of non-small cell lung cancer. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Aug...

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scipak@aaas.org
202-326-6440
American Association for the Advancement of Science

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