What Are They Now?

A new study finds liver cells may turn into different types of cells when they become cancerous.

This Week in BMC Cancer

In BMC Cancer this week: proliferation of MCF-7 breast cancer cells, cell migration in gastric cancer, and more.

Good for More than Jewelry

MIT researchers have devised a new platinum-based compound for cancer treatment.

This Week in the Medical Journals

In the medical journals this week: MEK inhibition in BRAF-mutated melanoma, combination treatments for patients with resected periampullary adenocarcinoma, and more.

Pass Us a Drumstick

Researchers find a surprising anti-cancer variant in chicken genes.

This Week in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute

In the Journal of the National Cancer Institute this week: interleukin 16 in multiple myeloma, and more.

'Terrible Molecular Events'

A new study highlights the actions of protein Rac1b in lung cancer.

This Week in Cancer Discovery

In Cancer Discovery this week: HIF-1α hypoxia response in tumor-infiltrating T lymphocytes, and more.

Say Cheese!

Put on your makeup, cancer cells — you're about to be photographed.

This Week in Cancer Cell

In Cancer Cell this week: the MET/VGFR2 complex, the ALKF1174L mutation in neuroblastoma, and more.

It's Not All Bad

A new study suggests that evolutionary processes can be harnessed to more effectively treat various cancers.

This Week in BMC Cancer

In BMC Cancer this week: phosphorylation of TG2 in cancer cells, fatty-acid synthase inhibitors, and more.

Gotcha!

Researchers have developed a silicon chip to capture circulating tumor cells.