• Sorting Out T-Cell Lymphoma

    2 days ago - By Discovery's Edge

    Andrew Feldman, M.D.
    Researchers have long recognized cancer is not a single disease. Rather, the term encompasses hundreds of different diseases - all with one common characteristic: unchecked cell growth.
    Even though scientists typically classify cancers according to where they start in the body - breast cancer in the breast, lung cancer in the lung, and so on - they are increasingly relying on molecular characteristics to define narrower and more clinically relevant categories.
    "Every single patient's tumor is unique in some way," says Andrew Feldman, M.D., a Mayo Clinic pathologist...
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