Gentler Sarcoma Treatment may be at Hand
One of the most common types of childhood cancer is sarcoma, which appears in the soft tissues of the body. About 10 percent of kids with cancer have sarcomas. Recent research has uncovered possible new ways to treat this disease.
Rabies to the Rescue
A virus that's in the rabies family holds promise in fighting a rare but lethal form of cancer found in children and young adults. Yale University researchers are working with this virus as a potential treatment.
Ultra-convenient, Ultra-safe, Ultra-effective
Ultrasound fusion imaging (UFI) biopsies are as safe and effective as other methods of detecting bone and soft-tissue cancers, according to a new study from Henry Ford Hospital.
Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University Doernbecher Children's Hospital have identified the cell of origin for muscle cancer known as sarcoma.