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Portugal researchers develop a new, simple and effective assay to study the impact of cancer related molecules in intercellular organization PORTUGAL - The group of João Sanches from the Instituto Superior Técnico at the University of Lisbon, in collaboration with the group of Raquel Seruca from I3S/IPATIMUP in Porto, has developed a new, simple and effective assay to study the impact of cancer-related molecules in intercellular...

John's March Against Stomach Cancer Raises 17K for No Stomach For Cancer Sonoma, CA - January 20, 2016 - A little rain could not dampen record-setting fundraising efforts at the 5th annual John's March Against Stomach Cancer at Sonoma Raceway on Saturday, Jan. 16. More than 200 people turned out under gray skies to participate in the fundraiser, which generated an...

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Research Update: Identification of New Drugs for HDGC prevention and treatment Project Updates Project: The identification of new drugs for the treatment and prevention of diffuse gastric cancer using high throughput compound screening approach By Bryony J. Telford October, 2015 Many tumours can be treated with drugs that specifically target the cancer cells. These drugs...

Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) clinical guidelines updated May 2015 Increasing awareness of HDGC and the rapid advances in genetic diagnostic tools, endoscopic modalities and the increasing use of laparoscopic surgery led a group of clinical geneticists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, oncologists, pathologists, molecular biologists, dietitians and patients’...