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The findings demonstrate that fungi are living in tumors and may facilitate cancer detection, diagnosis and perhaps even treatment

Patterns of epigenetic markers revealed by EPINUC on blood nucleosomes (bright-red dots)

If larger studies confirm the results of a Weizmann Institute innovation, diagnosing cancer may one day be as easy as taking blood

Natural anticancer antibodies (green) bound to a single ovarian tumor cell; the cell’s nucleus is in blue. Viewed with confocal microscopy

Natural antibodies found in tumors could point the way toward improved immunotherapy 

Cell Diversity May Explain Why a Brain Cancer Is Hard to Treat

When cells change their identities, they may elude therapies 

Fluorescently labeled actin in a cell exhibiting circular ruffled membrane structures

A new model for the formation of crucial membrane structures revises the picture of cell dynamics 

A melanoma cancer cell is labeled with invadopodia markers in fluorescence microscopy

How does a cancer cell push its way out of the surrounding tissue?

A metastatic breast cancer cell under a fluorescent microscope.

The discovery of a new breast cancer gene holds hope for treatment

Prof. Ehud Shapiro.

Charting a cell's family tree can shed light on how cancer develops

Prof. David Givol and research student Hilah Gal. Differences in expression
What separates healthy stem cells from cancer stem cells?