Leonard Gomella, MD, professor, chair, Department of Oncology, director, Kimmel Cancer Center Network, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, discusses challenges facing genetic testing for patients with prostate cancer.
Scientists at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University have developed a non-invasive technique to detect the presence of prostate cancer cells in patients' urine.
Researchers at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University discover that isomiRs (small non-coding RNA molecules produced in a cell) are powerful enough to classify accurately samples that can belong to 32-different types of cancer.
Scientists from the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University have pinpointed a survival protein for patients suffering from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Scientists at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center have been able to validate the contemporary five-tiered Gleason Grade Grouping Using Population-based Data.
Robert B. Den, MD, associate professor of Radiation Oncology, Jefferson Health, discusses the use of radiation therapy as a treatment for patients with prostate cancer.
Adam Dicker, MD, PhD, professor, chair, department of Radiation Oncology Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University, discusses the potential for radiation combinations.
A single molecule called DNA-PKcs may drive metastatic processes that
turn cancer from a slowly growing, relatively benign disease to a killer.