Research article // Evolutionary Ecology of Organs: A Missing Link in Cancer Development? Some background // In the past few weeks I’ve focused a bit on why treating cancer is difficult (check out part 1 and part 2 to read more).
// Today’s post comes from Logan Fulford, who is finishing his PhD inPathobiology and Molecular Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. He studies prostate cancer to understand how it functions, and the importance of the tumor microenvironment, to identify possible
This week, I am the “guest host” on a Twitter account for the first time! Because I want to focus on engaging with people about science communication, stereotypes and gender issues in science, and others! Please join in on some great
Part 2 in a series of discussing why treating cancer is difficult. Part 1 described the clonality of tumors. Part 2 describes how cancer cells are different from normal cells, and the types of cancer therapies that exist.