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Jan

Jefferson Scientists Find Protein Helps Pancreatic Cancer Cells Hide from Immune System, Allowing Spread

A protein that helps prevent a woman’s body from rejecting a fetus may also play an important role in enabling pancreatic cancer cells to evade detection by the immune system, allowing them to spread in the body. Researchers at Jefferson’s Kimmel Cancer Center in Philadelphia found that the metastatic cancer cells in the lymph nodes …

3
Jan

Jefferson Scientists Find Cell Growth Protein Potential Drug Target for Treatment-Resistant Prostate Cancer

Scientists at Jefferson’s Kimmel Cancer Center in Philadelphia have found that a signaling protein that is key to prostate cancer cell growth is turned on in nearly all recurrent prostate cancers that are resistant to hormone therapy. If the findings hold up, the protein, called Stat5, may be a specific drug target against an extremely …

3
Jan

“C” to Believe: Jefferson Scientists Studying the Effects of High Dose Vitamin C on Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Patients

Scientists at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Jefferson’s Kimmel Cancer Center have received approval for a first-of-its kind study on the effect high dose vitamin C has on non-Hodgkin lymphoma patients. Researchers from the Jefferson-Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine and Kimmel Cancer Center in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health will study whether …

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