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Welcome to CancerIndexthe Guide to Internet Resources for Cancer family of Web sites, established 1996, now with over a thousand pages. It is maintained on a voluntary / not-for-profit basis. The site was last updated on07 August, 2020 Breast Cancer - Module 1: Breast Anatomy - NHS / ASKVisualScience. Featured on the CancerIndex page: Breast Cancer News from the CancerIndex blog CancerIndex on Facebook Epigenetic Reprogramming of HOXC10 in Breast Cancer Sun, 30 Mar 2014 Aromatase inhibitors (AI) are use in the treatment of estrogen receptor (ER) positive breast cancer, but tumors often develop resistance to these. In the latest edition of Science Translational Medicine Thushangi Pathiraja and colleagues identified ways in which cancer cells develop this resistance by epigenic reprogramming using the mechanisms for switching off genes [ ] Mitochondrial DNA role in cancer? Thu, 13 Mar 2014 Mitochondria (plural of mitochondrion) are membrane-bound organelles (the cell s mini organs ) found in nearly all cells which play a vital role as cellular power plants by generating adenosine triphosphate (ATP), used by cells as a source of chemical energy. Mitochondria also play a role in cellular signaling, cellular differentiation, cell death, control of the cell [ ] New insight into Prostate Cancer susceptibility Sat, 01 Feb 2014 New research published in Nature Genetics (February 2014) by Qilai Huang and colleagues gives a new insight into the mechanisms by which men with a specific polymorphism (variation in a gene) have increased susceptibility to Prostate Cancer. The team involving researchers in Finland, Sweden and China found that the rs339331 polymorphism is located within a functional binding [ ] CUX1 gene mutations linked to tumour growth Wed, 11 Dec 2013 A new study from the Sanger Institute (Wong CC et al. Nature Genetivs, 2013) found that CUX1 is mutated at a relatively low frequency, but across many different types of cancer. CancerIndex has added a page: geneweb/CUX1.htm The study used genetic data from over 7,600 cancer patients, collected and sequenced by the International Cancer Genome [more...] Cancer Treatments and Hair Loss Thu, 28 Nov 2013 Hair loss (alopecia) is a common and usually temporary, but often very distressing, side effect of chemotherapy. CancerIndex has split out information on chemotherapy related alopecia onto a dedicated page: Alopecia.htm As well as links to guides on this topic the page also includes an NHS Choices video in which Jessica, a breast cancer patient, [more...] Cancer Centers Update Sat, 23 Nov 2013 Our list of Cancer Centres has been updated: clinks8.htm It has grown to a list of over 260 centers, so rather than the very long static list that it used to be, it is now displayed in a data table that you can search, filter and order. Does this work for you? I d love to [more...] Recently updated pages on this site Prostate Cancer updated 7th August 2020FOXM1 updated 2nd September 2019FVT1 updated 2nd September 2019Mitochondrial DNA updated 2nd September 2019About this Guide updated 2nd September 2019Childhood Cancer Epidemiology updated 2nd September 2019German Children's Cancer updated 2nd September 2019Siblings of Children with Cancer updated 2nd September 2019Malignant Rhabdoid Tumour updated 2nd September 2019Fanconi Anaemia updated 2nd September 2019Rhabdomyosarcoma updated 2nd September 2019Childhood Soft Tissue Sarcomas updated 2nd September 2019Childhood Liver Cancer updated 2nd September 2019Germ Cell Tumours in Children and Young Adults updated 2nd September 2019Childhood Craniopharyngioma updated 2nd September 2019

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This non-profit site contains an overview of cancer resources on the Internet. It contains information for both parents and physicians, with over 4000 links to pages with cancer information available via various sub-menus: by disease type, locations etc.

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