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06 Dec 2016

Image of the Month: December

Congratulations to Ruizhi Tang, the EACR Image of the Month December winner! Ruizhi sent this powerful image of a mesenchymal cell stained with DAPI and anti-α smooth muscle actin.

18 Nov 2016

EJC News Focus: Mutational signatures reveal the causes of cancer

In this EJC News Focus, Mike Stratton, Director of the Sanger Institute (Cambridge, UK) explains to Helen Saul the implications of mutational signatures of individual cancer genomes and how geneticists are teaming up with epidemiologists to suggest new approaches in the prevention of cancer.

16 Nov 2016

Remembering Professor Umberto Veronesi

We were deeply saddened to hear of the death of the esteemed oncologist and politician, Professor Umberto Veronesi, in Milan on 08 November 2016. He is a figurehead in the field of cancer research with global renown built over a 60 year career.

07 Nov 2016

Image of the Month: November

We are pleased to announce our November Image of the Month winner: our congratulations go to Patrícia Manuela Ribeiro Pereira for sending this striking image of increased F-actin staining in human bladder cancer cells after photodynamic therapy.

24 Oct 2016

The EACR Online Community

On 13 October 2016 the EACR surpassed 1,000 likes on our Facebook page! We take this landmark as an opportunity to reflect on our online community which has been constantly growing and improving.

21 Oct 2016

EJC News Focus: Is FGF2 a promising target in colorectal cancer?

In this EJC News Focus, Ruth Muschel (Oxford University, UK) tells Helen Saul why she thinks we'll be hearing more about FGF2 in future. Watch the interview.

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