The latest medical news on Bowel Cancer

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Nature's Colorectal Cancer

DNA and RNA sequencing in large cohorts of patients with rectal cancer treated with neoadjuvant therapies identifies biomarkers of response that co...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

An individualized, heterologous chimpanzee adenovirus (ChAd68) and self-amplifying mRNA-based neoantigen vaccine is safe and well tolerated in pati...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

Colon Cancer Coalition

On August 9, 2022, we recognize the 20th anniversary of Susie Lindquist Mjelde’s passing. Susie was a mom, wife, educator, a supportive friend, sis...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

Most cases of colorectal cancers (CRCs) are microsatellite stable (MSS), which frequently demonstrate lower response rates to immune checkpoint inh...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

A single-cell transcriptomic analysis of 63 patients with colorectal cancer classifies tumor cells into two epithelial subtypes. An improved tumor ...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

WTAP, an essential component of the RNA N-6-methyladenosine (m6A) modification complex, guides METLL3-METLL14 heteroduplexes to target RNAs in the ...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

Cancer relapse after chemotherapy remains a main cause of cancer-related death. Although the relapse is thought to result from the propagation of r...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

By integrating single-cell and bulk transcriptomic analyses, we found that malignant cells belong to two major intrinsic epithelial subtypes. We pr...

Nature's Colorectal Cancer

Inherited mutations in MUTYH have been shown to predispose patients to colorectal cancers. Here, the authors show that MUTYH mutations lead to an i...