Ovarian Cancer Genomic Analysis Reveals Seven Disease-Stratifying Clusters Genomic analysis appears to provide new information for classifying ovarian cancer, beyond what is available from traditional ovarian cancer histotypes, a new study suggests. An international team led by investigators at the BC Cancer Agency and the University of British Columbia tracked point mutations and structural variants in more than 100 ovarian …
Cancer-Associated Mutations in Endometriosis without Cancer Vancouver-based researchers have discovered that endometriosis, until now viewed mostly as a hormonal and inflammatory disorder, contains genetic changes that likely cause the gynecological condition and could lead to more personalized treatments.
Personalized cancer treatment on verge of revolutionizing care Use of DNA testing to match drugs to specific cancers has proven useful in cancers unresponsive to standard procedures
Samantha Hansford, researcher from the lab of Dr. David Huntsman profiled on Global TV News and in the UBC News.