Researchers discovered all neuroblastomas arise from a single type of embryonic cell called sympathoblasts. The findings could lead to new avenues of treatment for the aggressive childhood cancer.
Using big data, researchers have developed a new computer algorithm capable of analyzing genetic and pharmacological information to suggest new treatment options for neuroblastoma.
A new study finds wine-derived human gut metabolites may have neuroprotective capabilities.
Researchers report children born from mothers who underwent fertility treatment are at higher risk of developing neoplasms and pediatric cancers.
Researchers report neuroblastoma tumors shrank in 80 percent of newly diagnosed, high risk patients involved in a clinical trail of an immunotherapy treatment.
A new study reports certain strains of the herpes virus are able to infect neurons and could underlie some symptoms of neurological disorders such as MS.
Researchers find possible markers for brain cancers in the neural crest.
Researchers report on how exosomic miRNAs released within a tumor environment affect resistance to chemotherapy.