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Obesity increases the risk of cancer and Guadalupe Sabio’s new group at the CNIO explores the reason why There is growing evidence that obesity increases the risk of developing cancer, but the reasons are...
Joseph Takahashi, en la entrada del CNIO. /Esther Sanchez. Translational
The time we eat does matter. The researcher who discovered the first biological clock gene in mammals relates biorhythms to longevity The human biological clock is controlled by a dozen genes. Together they form an important molecular...
Luis Paz-Ares, head of Oncology Department at Hospital 12 de Octubre and director of CNIO-H12O Lung Cancer Research Unit at the Spanish National Cancer Research Center (CNIO). /Laura M. Lombardía. CNIO Translational
The New England Journal of Medicine. New treatment in trial for previously treated small cell lung cancer shows promising results Small cell lung cancer is an aggressive malignancy, accounting for 15 percent of lung tumors. The...
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Trends in Cancer. The world’s first collection of brain metastasis living samples will help treat each patient with the most effective therapy for them At 18 Spanish hospitals, when a patient with brain metastasis undergoes surgery, they can donate a...
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Nature Communications. The first oncogene was found more than 40 years ago. CNIO researchers have just discovered that it has a previously unknown mechanism of action In recent decades, targeted therapy has been developed with the first drugs that act specifically...
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Researchers at CNIO and IDIBELL shed light on the role in lactation of a protein also crucial in breast cancer Milk production in mammals is a crucial process for the organism, perfected along the course of...
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A new cell model will help find treatments for one of the most common forms of childhood leukaemia B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (B-ALL) is one of the most common forms of childhood cancer....
2. Portada de la revista Cancer Cell. Ilustración: Células de metástasis (masa roja) colonizan el cerebro y emiten señales (gotas blancas cayendo) que afectan a la actividad de las neuronas (grandes células rosas). Como consecuencia, los microcircuitos cerebrales y los patrones de oscilación cerebral (corriente en blanco traslúcido). Crédito: Scienseed. Scientific News
Cancer Cell. Pioneering study finds that brain tumours ‘hack’ the communication between neurons Nearly half of all patients with brain metastasis experience cognitive impairment. Until now, it was...
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New technique allows more accurate cancer imaging and monitoring of treatment effectiveness Cancer begins and develops in the realm of genes and proteins. It is a world inscrutable to the...