NCCC has joined 69 other top cancer centers in issuing a statement urging for increased HPV vaccination for the prevention of cancer.
A study by researchers at Norris Cotton Cancer Center has shown that a very sensitive computational method can be used to reveal the human immune systems effect on cancer.
Dartmouth researchers develop new method to provide a deeper understanding of the genetic component of cancer.
Harnessing Dartmouths Discovery supercomputer and high-throughput genomic data, investigators found non-random tendencies for transcription factors to be involved in several types of cancer.
Dartmouth team focuses on coming up with a practical solution that both preserves the surgical practice of inking the margins of breast cancer tumors, and allows quality imaging post-inking.
Dartmouth's delegation is sharing their cancer findings in areas as diverse as immunology, ovarian cancer, and glioblastoma, in a variety of formats during the course of the AACR's Annual Meeting.