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05.11.2018
U.S. Department of Defense will finance a new therapeutic approach against the most aggressive type of prostate cancer Coinciding with ‘Movember’, a month that raises awareness of men’s health issues
first indicators of prognosis for the most aggressive type of breast cancer Translational
29.08.2018
Nature Communications. CNIO researchers find the first indicators of prognosis for the most aggressive type of breast cancer The rarest, but also the most aggressive and hard to treat form of breast cancer, is known as triple...
Metastatic cells in the brain and astrocytes Translational
11.06.2018
Nature Medicine. A new therapy proves effective against brain metastasis A study published in Nature Medicine by a team led by Manuel Valiente, head of the Brain Metastasis...
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31.05.2018
Genome Medicine. A novel data-driven method to personalise cancer treatment Identify and prioritise treatment options based on a patient’s profile of genetic alterations is a...
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17.04.2018
Genes and Development. A potential setback in the personalised medicine of cancer One of the most constant and exhaustive searches in cancer research is for a treatment aimed...
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16.04.2018
Nature Communications. Structure of a protein complex related with cell survival revealed A team from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) has determined for the first time the...
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13.11.2017
Cancer Cell. The first effective therapy against glioblastoma by attacking telomeres The Telomere and Telomerase Group at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) has shown...
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31.05.2017
Nucleic Acids Research. CNIO presents an online tool to extract drug toxicity information from text The Biological Text Mining Unit presents in a recent Nucleic Acids Research paper the LimTox online...
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30.12.2016
The science we did in 2016 In 2016, the laboratories of the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) generated a great...

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