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Shannon Dean to help oversee launch of hospital’s new electronic health record as the hospital enhances the patient experience.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital show how control of transcription factors by a common tumor suppressor gene may provide a therapeutic opportunity in a type of childhood cancer.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital shed light on what drives this metabolic disease and provides clues to targeted treatment with pantazines.
St. Jude scientists have revealed a previously unknown role for CTCF, a pivotal transcription regulator linked to cancer.
St. Jude scientists detail how inflammasomes act as integral components of mega-cell death complexes called PANoptosomes for host defense in live viral and bacterial infections.
NCI-designated cancer centers, AACI members and other cancer centers and medical groups endorse HPV vaccination and cancer screening to eliminate cancers caused by the virus.
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