USC Dornsife physicist Peter Kuhn discusses his breakthrough breast cancer detection test, which could potentially upend how we diagnose many types of cancer.
Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC discovered that when cells are under stress, a key protein can travel to the nucleus and reprogram cells to migrate and become more invasive.
Research from the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center identifies a previously unrecognized disparity in survival after a diagnosis of liver cancer across all major racial/ethnic groups.
Clinical trial results establish new treatment option that may offer patients better outcomes than traditional therapies.
Scientists from USC Dornsife and Cedars-Sinai rally scholars around the country and in diverse fields to find better ways of beating the disease.
The USC-led analysis of genetic data fills an urgent research gap for a population that faces a higher risk of prostate cancer than white men.
A two-year grant from Stand Up To Cancer will fund a new program at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC are now one step closer to understanding how to halt the spread of the deadly disease in the body.
The Research Program Project Grant will enable researchers to develop statistical methods aimed at uncovering new risk factors associated with cancer by drawing upon datasets of several cancer studies.
Lab-made antibodies are increasingly important in the fight against Alzheimer’s, COVID and other diseases