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Why does testicular cancer respond better to chemotherapy? Stem cells - Genetic Literacy Project



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Why does testicular cancer respond better to chemotherapy? Stem cells 
Genetic Literacy Project
?We conclude that the chemosensitivity of TGCTs,? or testicular germ cell tumors, the authors wrote in their study, ?derives from the sensitivity of their cancer stem cells to DNA-damaging chemotherapy.? The paper was published Tuesday in the journal ...

 


Study reveals why testicular cancer responds to chemo - Cornell Chronicle



Cornell Chronicle
 
Study reveals why testicular cancer responds to chemo 
Cornell Chronicle
A low magnification image of a germ cell tumor, called a teratocarcinoma, from a new mouse model developed to study testicular cancer. A cluster of cancer stem cells, termed embryonal carcinoma, is shown at higher magnification at the bottom. Cornell ...
Here's Why Testicular Cancer Responds Better to Chemo than Other Cancers American Council on Science and Health

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Lurbinectedin Effective in Early Trial of Advanced Ewing Sarcoma - Cancer Network



Lurbinectedin Effective in Early Trial of Advanced Ewing Sarcoma 
Cancer Network
The trial was designed in a number of tumor types with unmet needs, including small-cell lung cancer, endometrial cancer, germ cell tumors, and several others; each of these ?baskets? aimed to accrue 15 patients, and if two responses were seen then ...

 


Woman, 27, who suffered seizures, hallucinations and memory loss is diagnosed with a 4lb football-sized tumor on her ... - Daily Mail



Daily Mail
 
Woman, 27, who suffered seizures, hallucinations and memory loss is diagnosed with a 4lb football-sized tumor on her ... 
Daily Mail
Kira Hartley, 27, was diagnosed with a monstrous mass identified as a teratoma, a germ-cell tumor that contains several types of body tissue such as hair, teeth, muscle and bone. The teratoma sparked encephalitis, a potentially deadly autoimmune ...

 


'Monster' tumor left holes in Mattoon woman's memory - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette



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'Monster' tumor left holes in Mattoon woman's memory 
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
The tumor was identified as a teratoma, a type of germ-cell tumor that often contains several types of body tissue such as hair, teeth, muscle and bone. In Hartley, the teratoma sparked an autoimmune condition that causes an inflammation of the brain, ...

 


Cyclin Dependent Kinase 4 (Cell Division Protein Kinase 4 or PSK ... - PR Newswire (press release)



Cyclin Dependent Kinase 4 (Cell Division Protein Kinase 4 or PSK ... 
PR Newswire (press release)
Cyclin Dependent Kinase 4 (Cell Division Protein Kinase 4 or PSK J3 or CDK4 or EC 2.7.11.22) pipeline Target constitutes close to 23 molecules. Out of which ...

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Mother of 3-year-old girl with lung, tailbone tumors appeals for help - Inquirer.net



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Mother of 3-year-old girl with lung, tailbone tumors appeals for help 
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Sofia Maxene Ereve was barely a year old in May 2014 when she was diagnosed with germ cell tumor stage 4 in the sacrococcygeal area (the part where the base of the spine by the tailbone is located). ?The tumor grew in her anal region. She would have ...

 


Study reveals why testicular cancer is so responsive to chemo - Gears Of Biz



Gears Of Biz
 
Study reveals why testicular cancer is so responsive to chemo 
Gears Of Biz
A low magnification image of a germ cell tumor, called a teratocarcinoma, from a new mouse model developed to study testicular cancer. A cluster of cancer ...

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Ovarian cancer starts 6.5 years before it turns deadly | Daily Mail ... - Daily Mail



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Ovarian cancer starts 6.5 years before it turns deadly | Daily Mail ... 
Daily Mail
A new study from Johns Hopkins Medicine has found that ovarian cancer usually begins in the fallopian tubes and that it takes 6.5 years to develop.

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How induced death by cooling saved a two-year-old boy's life - Scroll.in



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How induced death by cooling saved a two-year-old boy's life 
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He had a yolk sac germ cell tumor, a rare condition and only the fifth reported case in the world. Furthermore, it was the only known case known to Kunhi where the tumor was present both inside and outside the heart. ?[The tumor] was fully occupying ...