A test that detects a cancer-causing fusion gene in men’s urine could help reduce the number of prostate biopsies performed each year.
Researchers have identified a set of hybrid genes that may accelerate the growth of prostate cancer, gastric cancer, and melanoma.
Researchers have identified a marker present in the urine of patients with prostate cancer that indicates whether the cancer is progressing and spreading.
Investigadores han identificado un nuevo marcador biológico que se encuentra presente en la orina de pacientes con cáncer de próstata que indica si el cáncer está progresando y se está diseminando.
Researchers have created an efficient way to detect genes that have been inappropriately fused together, a type of genetic abnormality that spurs the growth of blood and prostate cancers.
A tiny RNA switch may play a big role in the spread of prostate cancer.
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