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In this illustrated model, T cells afflicted by harsh conditions inside the tumor experience endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress, symbolized here by the “burning” ER (orange) surrounding the nucleus (purple and turquoise). Severe ER stress responses driven by IRE1a-XBP1 pathway signaling alter the function of mitochondria (blue-gray) and consequently limit optimal T cell responses to cancer cells (red).

Ovarian Cancer Thwarts Immune Cells by Revving up Stress

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Dr. Dan Landau

Dr. Dan Landau Receives NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

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Dr. Lewis Cantley. Photo credit Stephanie Diani

Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet May Boost Targeted Cancer Therapy

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Scientists Discover New Nanoparticle, Dubbed Exomeres

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DNA (green) residing in fluid outside of cells' main nuclei. Image credit: Wenjing Wu/Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center/Nature

How Cancer Metastasis Happens: Researchers Reveal a Key Mechanism

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‘Great Potential’

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 Dr. Dan Landau. Photo credit: Rene Perez

More Frequent Genomic Monitoring May Help Guide Cancer Treatment

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Shining a Light

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Neuro-Oncologist Dr. Howard Fine Wins NIH Director’s Pioneer Award

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Neuroendocrine prostate cancer cells from a patient biopsy. Image credit: Dr. Loredana Puca

Weill Cornell Medicine Awarded $11.3 Million Prestigious Grant for Prostate Cancer Research

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Chromosome Rearrangements Drive Formation and Growth of Colorectal Cancer

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“Bookmarks” on Stem Cell Genes Preserve Cell Identity

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New Method Developed to More Accurately Model Colorectal Cancer

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Investigators Named to Stand Up 2 Cancer’s Colorectal Dream Team

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Research Reveals Gene Mutation as Driver of Prostate Cancer Subtype

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Collaboration Employs New Strategies to Study the Spread of Cancer

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