Paths of Progress Fall/Winter 2012
- October 12, 2012
- Tags: BasicResearch, BreastCancer, ChildhoodCancer, DrugResistance, Exercise, Genomics, PatientSupport, Survivorship, BrainTumors, CopingWithCancer
A selection of articles from the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Paths of Progress.
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Evolutionary theory can shed light on many issues, including the thorny problem of cancer drug resistance, believes Franziska Michor, PhD.
A self-described "fan of evolution," Kornelia Polyak, MD, PhD has made several trips to the Galapagos, a group of islands off the coast of Ecuador famous as the inspiration for Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection.
One physician challenged conventional wisdom to find a better treatment for a rare childhood brain cancer.
The groundbreaking research of William Kaelin Jr., MD, applies to a range of fields – from cancer to cardiology.
Decades of advances in treatment and care have created a good problem to have: Cancer survivors are living longer. It’s also shifted the focus of cancer survivorship.
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating, especially when it comes on the heels of a major life event.