Squamous Cell Carcinoma News and Research

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma is cancer that begins in squamous cells, which are thin, flat cells that look like fish scales. Squamous cells are found in the tissue that forms the surface of the skin, the lining of the hollow organs of the body, and the passages of the respiratory and digestive tracts. Also called epidermoid carcinoma.
Innovative blood test boosts accuracy of lung cancer screening

Innovative blood test boosts accuracy of lung cancer screening

Innovative FAP-targeted radioligand therapy controls disease progression in sarcoma

Innovative FAP-targeted radioligand therapy controls disease progression in sarcoma

New paper reveals the broad potential of TNIK as a therapeutic target for some aging-related diseases

New paper reveals the broad potential of TNIK as a therapeutic target for some aging-related diseases

Exploring microbiome dynamics in esophageal cancer

Exploring microbiome dynamics in esophageal cancer

Periostin may be a novel therapeutic target for treating esophageal squamous cell carcinoma

Periostin may be a novel therapeutic target for treating esophageal squamous cell carcinoma

Childhood obesity not linked to adult skin cancer risk, study says

Childhood obesity not linked to adult skin cancer risk, study says

Study provides a hopeful direction for the management of penile squamous cell carcinoma

Study provides a hopeful direction for the management of penile squamous cell carcinoma

Developing mRNA lipid nanoparticles for treating oral squamous cell carcinoma

Developing mRNA lipid nanoparticles for treating oral squamous cell carcinoma

Inherited genetic factors may predict elevated risk of new cancers among childhood cancer survivors

Inherited genetic factors may predict elevated risk of new cancers among childhood cancer survivors

New approach detects T cells in "cold" tumors, paves way for broader immunotherapy

New approach detects T cells in "cold" tumors, paves way for broader immunotherapy

Novel drug combination shows promise for treating advanced skin cancers in kidney transplant recipients

Novel drug combination shows promise for treating advanced skin cancers in kidney transplant recipients

Green tea does not lower the risk of lung cancer

Green tea does not lower the risk of lung cancer

Neoadjuvant chemotherapy shows promise for advanced penile cancer

Neoadjuvant chemotherapy shows promise for advanced penile cancer

Study suggests CT imaging with automated AI system predicts EGFR genotype, identifying mutation status cost-effectively and non-invasively

Study suggests CT imaging with automated AI system predicts EGFR genotype, identifying mutation status cost-effectively and non-invasively

Mad2 expression levels with chromosomal abnormalities can be a biomarker for esophageal cancer

Mad2 expression levels with chromosomal abnormalities can be a biomarker for esophageal cancer

New cervical cancer detection method promises to reduce unnecessary screenings

New cervical cancer detection method promises to reduce unnecessary screenings

Tiny imaging device could advance gastrointestinal cancer detection

Tiny imaging device could advance gastrointestinal cancer detection

Lung cancer prediction using biomarkers based on bronchoalveolar fluid microbiomes

Lung cancer prediction using biomarkers based on bronchoalveolar fluid microbiomes

New brush test outperforms biopsies in early oral cancer detection

New brush test outperforms biopsies in early oral cancer detection

Study explores intratumoral microbiota as a novel frontier in cancer research

Study explores intratumoral microbiota as a novel frontier in cancer research

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