The New York Times By GEORGE JOHNSON Published: August 15, 2011 For the last decade cancer research has been guided by a common vision of how a single cell, outcompeting its neighbors, evolves into a malignant tumor. Through a series of random mutations, genes that encourage cellular division are pushed into overdrive, while genes that […]
HPV in situ hybridization with catalyzed signal amplification and polymerase chain reaction in establishing cerebellar metastasis of a cervical carcinoma
Human Pathology Volume 30, Issue 5, Pages 587-591 (May 1999) Chao-Cheng Huang, MD, Matthew L Kashima, MD, Haiyan Chen, MD, Ie-Ming Shih, MD, PhD, Robert J Kurman, MD, T.-C Wu, MD, Ph Abstract We report an unusual case of cerebellar metastasis from a cervical adenosquamous carcinoma in which molecular techniques assisted in establishing the correct diagnosis. The patient was a 43-year-old […]
Cancer Research – A Super Fraud?
By Robert Ryan, B.Sc. “Everyone should know that most cancer research is largely a fraud and that the major cancer research organisations are derelict in their duties to the people who support them.” – Linus Pauling PhD (Two-time Nobel Prize winner). Have you ever wondered why, despite the billions of dollars spent on cancer research […]
Private-Public Partnerships in Cancer Vaccine Research
By Aleea Farrakh, originally published in “Benchmarks” June 2008 Even though the National Cancer Institute is the leading Federal government agency for cancer research, it is hardly the sole contributor in the fight against cancer. Other government agencies, non-profit organizations, academia and private industry all play critical roles in helping find a cure for the disease. […]