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Making the Stand-Ins Stand Out In Cancer
Team from Brigham and Women’s Hospital uses systematic approach to reveal how cancer driver genes can substitute for each other and promote therapeutic resistance
Clues in tumor genomes help predict patients’ response to immunotherapy
Rsearchers have uncovered a surprising connection between the abnormalities in the number of chromosomes within a tumor & the tumor’s response to a key class of cancer drugs, known as immune checkpoint inhibitors.
Study sheds light on the biology of progressive form of multiple sclerosis, suggests a new potential path for treatment
A research team led by scientists from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) has revealed how an FDA-approved drug works in the central nervous system in mice to suppress chronic inflammation.
Stomach Acid Provides Long-Term Power For Ingestible Devices
Researchers develop ingestible prototypes that draw energy from gastric acid, provide power that lasts nearly a week
Novel Tool Informs Women About Elective Egg Freezing
Personalized predictive model offers data-driven guidance for women deciding how many eggs to freeze