Yale researchers have developed models of mice that could prove the key to creating individualized treatment for some of the deadliest diseases for women, such as breast cancer and uterine serous cancer. The research, led by professors Alfred Bothwell and Joann Sweasy, uses a new type of mouse developed at Yale … more

A new nano-fabricated platform for observing brain cancer cells provides a much more detailed look at how the cells migrate and a more accurate post-surgery prognosis for brain cancer (glioblastoma) patients. Results of a study by Yale and Hopkins researchers were published June 9 in the journal Cell Reports … more