Press Room


Human Tumor “Avatars” Reveal New Genetic Sources of Drug Response in Late-Stage Colorectal Cancer Therapy


New mutational patterns in gastrointestinal tract cancers (University of Helsinki, Karolinska Institutet)


Non-coding mutations in the driver seat (Universite de Geneve, Aarhus University Hospital, Institut d’Investigació Biomèdica de Bellvitge, The Institute of Cancer Research, University of Oxford)


Cancer Predisposition and Evolution


Non-invasive screen for early-stage cancers


Cell memory mechanism discovered (Karolinska Institutet, University of Helsinki)


Professor Ian Tomlinson, Oxford University, is awarded the prestigious UEG Research Prize 2013 to support his work on bowel cancer genetics and risk factors.


Professor Bert Vogelstein, Johns Hopkins, receives Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences. The prize was established to reward scientists “who think big, take risks and have made a significant impact on our lives.”


Scientists Pair Blood Test and Gene Sequencing to Detect Cancer (Johns Hopkins)


DNA Shed By Tumors Shows Promise for Non-Invasive Screening and Prognosis (Johns Hopkins)


Learning the alphabet of gene control (Karolinska Institutet),c9358445


Germline DNA Polymerase Mutations Increase Cancer Susceptibility (University of Oxford and Institute of Cancer Research)


Gene switch important in cancer discovered (Karolinska Institutet and University of Helsinki),c9327770


Manel Esteller (IDIBELL) bestowed with the European Association for Cancer Research Award Lecture


Manel Esteller (IDIBELL) receives the National Genetics Award


Significant breakthrough in the genetic research of uterine muscle fibroids (from University of Helsinki)


Launch of the SYSCOL Project (from Karolinska Institute)


A better way to count molecules discovered at Karolinska Institute,c9188948


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