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Google News Articles on The Hallmarks of Cancer


Date Headline/Link Summary
3/27/12 Cell Symposia:   Hallmarks of Cancer The   aim of the Hallmarks of Cancer Symposium is to highlight recent exciting   advances by bringing together key leaders in the field and to facilitate the   …
3/27/12 Photoacoustic Imaging   Moves into Clinic Excessive   oxygen-burning, or hypermetabolism, is a hallmark of cancer. Almost all   diseases, especially cancer and diabetes, cause abnormal oxygen metabolism   …
3/14/12 Genome Sequencing   Initiative Links Altered Gene to Age-Related … By   lengthening the telomere, ALT contributes to the unchecked cell division that   is a hallmark of cancer and likely makes cancer cells less vulnerable to …
3/12/12 Mitotic inhibitor   function in chemotherapy explained by Salk … Since   the hallmark of cancer is uncontrolled cell growth, mitotic inhibitors   preferentially attack fast-growing cancers. By arresting mitosis, these drugs   …
3/8/12 Cancer research moves   forward on bone treatments “One   of the hallmarks of cancer is that it can spread to other tissues,” says   Iofin. “The vast majority of bone tumors are metastatic, which means the …
2/22/12 Energy network within   cells may be new target for cancer therapy They   continued to use high levels of glucose as fuel, a hallmark of cancer   metabolism that can be seen on PET scans. “This remnant could be either   a central …
2/22/12 Can Aspirin Slow Cancer   Progression? We   know that inflammation is one of the hallmarks of cancer. To me, that opens   up a whole new world of therapeutic potential. We have been dabbling with …
2/22/12 Mitochondria may be   promising new target for cancer treatment researchers   were able to dramatically reduce cell division, thus preventing the rapid   cell proliferation that is a hallmark of cancer growth.
2/21/12 Renato Dulbecco, Nobel   Winner in Physiology-Medicine, Dies at 97 Dr.   Dulbecco showed that certain viruses could insert their own genes into   infected cells and trigger uncontrolled cell growth, a hallmark of cancer
2/16/12 Cancer-causing   mutations yield their secrets A   lack of differentiation is a hallmark of cancer cells. Altogether, the   findings are “fascinating”, says Martin van den Bent, a neuro-oncologist at   the …
2/1/12 Drug transporter   regulation in tumors by DNA methylation Epigenetic   alterations, such as aberrant DNA methylation, are a hallmark of cancer. DNA   hypermethylation of the promoter region affects, for example, …
1/28/12 EMBO Conference Series:   Morphogenesis and Dynamics of … Dynamics   changes in tissue organization underlie wound healing and regeneration, while   a loss thereof is a hallmark of cancer. Moreover, the very real …
1/25/12 UL hosts Biology for   Today symposium Dr   Kiely explained the hallmarks of cancer to the Leaving Certifcate Biology   students, from cause, prevention and diagnosis to describing how some cancer   …
1/12/12 New Drug Target for   Childhood Eye Cancer Discovered How   can retinoblastoma progress so quickly and acquire all the hallmarks of   cancer? ” “It’s been considered a big paradox,” says Michael Dyer, an HHMI   early …
1/12/12 Cancer Sequencing   Project Identifies Potential Approaches to … Leukemia   and other cancers develop when normal cells accumulate mutations in the   genome that cause the unchecked cell growth that is a hallmark of cancer. …
12/8/11 Identification of   alpha(1,6)fucosylated Proteins Differentially … A   universal hallmark of cancer cells is the change in their glycosylation   phenotype. One of the most frequent alterations in the normal glycosylation   …
12/1/11 Unlocking the genetic   and molecular mystery of soft-tissue sarcoma These   molecular pathways regulate cell growth and division, two cellular properties   whose over-activation are hallmarks of cancer biology. …
11/22/11 Cancer in three   dimensions One   of the hallmarks of cancer cells is that certain regions of their DNA tend to   get duplicated many times, while others …
11/21/11 Seeing cancer in three   dimensions One   of the hallmarks of cancer cells is that certain regions of their DNA tend to   get duplicated many times, …
11/18/11 Targeting metabolism   with arsenic trioxide and dichloroacetate in … Conclusion:   This study is the first to demonstrate that targeting two key metabolic   hallmarks of cancer is an effective anti-cancer strategy with …
11/8/11 Removing Dormant Cells   May Slow Aging Process, Delay Disease Although   it originally developed as a biological safeguard against the out-of-control   cell division that is a hallmark of cancer, senescence has negative …
11/1/11 Fast new method for   mapping blood vessels may aid cancer research The   rapid growth of new blood vessels is a hallmark of cancer, and studies have   shown that preventing blood vessel growth can keep tumors from growing, too.   …
10/11/11 How Green Tea May   Thwart Lung Cancer In   addition, cells with high mi-R210 levels lost the ability to grow on top of   each other, a hallmark of cancer cells. The study was conducted in cells in a   …
9/7/11 Debiopharm and Ascenta   Therapeutics, Inc. Announce An Exclusive … Evasion   of apoptosis is a hallmark of cancer, enabling cancer cells to live   indefinitely and grow uncontrollably. Most current cancer therapies, …
8/22/11 Wake-up call for mobile   users It   hinders the ability to suppress the uncontrolled cellular growth that is the   hallmark of cancer. The brain is the primary cancer site, with mobile phone   …
8/21/11 Genetic link shared by   cancers In   a commentary on both studies, researchers noted that chromosomal   abnormalities like aneuploidy were hallmarks of cancer, in which organisms’   attempts at …
8/20/11 This Week in Science A   commentary on both the above papers notes that chromosomal abnormalities like   aneuploidy are hallmarks of cancer and that these studies “show that …
8/17/11 Cancer sneakier than   scientists suspected For   more than a decade, researchers were guided by principles outlined in a 2000   paper in the journal, Cell, called “The Hallmarks of Cancer. …
8/17/11 The mystery of how   cancer spreads deepens with new research Previous   research for the past 10 years have been guided by principles outlined in a   2000 paper in the journal, Cell, called “The Hallmarks of Cancer
8/17/11 Researchers discover   five inherited genetic variants that could … …   with apoptosis (programmed cell death), inflammation and the ability of cells   to proliferate and stick to each other (hallmarks of cancer growth). …
8/16/11 Everything Scientists   Thought They Knew About Cancer Might Be … A   2000 study called The Hallmarks of Cancer is the most-referenced paper in the   journal Cell, one of the most influential journals in the world. …
8/16/11 Cancer’s Secrets Come   Into Sharper Focus These   basic principles — laid out 11 years ago in a landmark paper, “The Hallmarks   of Cancer,” by Douglas Hanahan and Robert A. Weinberg, and revisited in a …
7/27/11 Is the parasite   Toxoplasma gondii linked to brain cancer? T.gondii   stops cells from killing themselves, and it causes a mild degree of   inflammation – two of the hallmarks of cancer. And many infections are …
7/26/11 New England Peptide,   Atlantic Cancer Research Institute Mark Next … One   of the hallmarks of cancer cells is their high propensity to “bud off” their   cellular material into small particles called microvesicles and exosomes. …
7/26/11 Cornerstone   Pharmaceuticals Announces The Journal of Molecular … “Alterations   in cancer cell metabolism are distinctive hallmarks of cancer and represent a   new frontier in the development of novel and selective classes of …
7/21/11 Molecular Basis for DNA   Breakage Identified This   breakage is a hallmark of cancer cells. The findings published in Molecular   Cell. The DNA encodes the entire genetic information required for building   …
7/20/11 Scientists identify   molecular basis for DNA breakage Scientists   from the Hebrew University have identified the molecular basis for DNA   breakage, a hallmark of cancer cells. The findings of this research have …
7/14/11 Ductal Carcinoma In   Situ …   medical community to consider eliminating the term ‘carcinoma’ in this   disease, as DCIS is by definition not invasive – a classic hallmark of   cancer. …
7/13/11 SLAC X-rays help   discover new drug against melanoma In   this case, it was an enzyme involved in cell growth that sometimes mutates   and makes cells multiply out of control, the hallmark of cancer. …
7/8/11 HU scientist make   breakthrough in understanding of cancer The   molecular basis for the breakage of DNA — the hallmark of cancer cells —   has been identified by Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists. …
6/30/11 UCSF-led team decodes   evolution of skin and ovarian cancer cells …   crank up the production of others and lead in the end to the cell’s   proliferation, growth, spread and all the other ominous hallmarks of cancer.   …
6/21/11 An update on the   ‘hallmarks of cancer’ …   cancer researchers Robert Weinberg and Douglas Hanahan published a seminal   paper in the journal Cell describing the “hallmarks of cancer,” the traits   …
6/16/11 Roadmap of Estrogen   Signaling in Breast Cancer Published “The   hallmark of cancer cells is that they are making decisions that are right for   them, not for the survival of the human organism, …
6/15/11 Are Your Veggies Cancer   Assassins? Some   of these mechanisms cause inappropriate cell growth – the hallmark of cancer.   HDAC inhibitors help thwart cancer cells by “turning on” these silenced …
6/8/11 Turning off cancer’s   growth signals One   hallmark of cancer cells is uncontrollable growth, provoked by inappropriate   signals that instruct the cells to keep …
6/7/11 New molecular imaging   agent targets cornerstone of cancerous tumors “Non-invasive   molecular imaging is a critical component of 21st century personalized   medicine, and one of the hallmarks of cancer is angiogenesis,” says …
5/20/11 Scientists discover new   drug target for squamous cell carcinoma …   cells cannot stop dividing when they become very crowded in the Petri dish –   this characteristic is one of the hallmarks of cancer cells. …
4/22/11 ‘Immortality’ of all   cancer cells exposed as a myth …   four of 37 skin cancer samples they examined displayed the supposed hallmark   of cancer. “We thought they’d all be immortal, but they weren’t,”   she says. …
3/31/11 Local clinical trials   enroll late-stage cancer patients to test … It’s   the typical hallmark of cancer.” Now, two clinical trials are enrolling   cancer patients who have exhausted other treatment options. …
3/24/11 Mutations block   lung-cancer treatment Improper   activation of this protein can lead to uncontrolled cell division, a hallmark   of cancer. Two drugs — gefitinib (Iressa) and erlotinib (Tarceva) …
10/25/10 Antigenics and its UCSF   Champion Sticks With Immune Booster For … The   protein treatment is shipped back to the doctor, then injected back into the   patient to “teach” the immune system to spot the hallmarks of cancer cells   …
10/23/10 When inflammation is   the enemy Entitled   “Inflammation: the 7th hallmark of cancer”, Mantovani’s presentation will   explain how inflammation in the microenvironment of the tumour …
10/16/10 Scientists Pinpoint   Gene that Regulates Stem Cell Apoptosis …   resistance to programmed cell death but also links this gene to another   hallmark of cancer, stem and progenitor cell proliferation,” states Marion   Zatz, …
10/14/10 Molecular targets of   cancer as basis for new drugs and immunotherapy In   2000, in a landmark review paper titled “The Hallmarks of Cancer” [Cell   (2000) 100 (1): 57-70], D. Hanahan and RA Weinberg presented what they   thought …
9/23/10 Vital flaw Cells   with the wrong number of chromosomes are a hallmark of cancer, says Chantal   Desdouets, a cell biologist at the Cochin Institute, part of the French …
9/22/10 Nutritional Wisdom …   that showed that treatment of pancreatic cancer cells with fructose increased   cell proliferation – uncontrolled proliferation is a hallmark of cancer. …
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