The mechanisms of long-term immunity from viruses that weve fought off may be key to protection against cancer, according to a study led by Dartmouths Norris Cotton Cancer Center investigators.
Harnessing apoptosis, a natural cell death process to eliminate damaged cells, has long been a key strategy in cancer research.
The Memorandum of Agreement facilitates investigators' access to new services from known and reputable scientists at each institution.
Alcohol advertising on television is associated with drinking behavior in youth according to a study by researchers at NCCC and CHaD.
D-H radiologist Dr. Bill Black is the lead author of a new study, in the New England Journal of Medicine, showing the potential for lung cancer screening to be done in a cost-effective manner.
When Rebecca Rose Tabat faced incurable cancer, she created Cure with Hope to comfort kids in the hospital. Now her organization has pledged $100,000 to the CHaD inpatient unit revitalization.