Eleven inspired projects underway with Knight Cancer pilot funds

Exploring immune therapy combinations to stop aggressive breast cancers. Unraveling the gene changes that make juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia so difficult-to-treat. Developing a biomarker to guide...

Studies reveal new ways to fight a deadly leukemia

One study shows how it may be possible to stop acute myeloid leukemia by targeting a hidden population of cells that support the cancer. Another reveals how AML evolves to evade anti-cancer drugs,...

Introducing Knight School

A new series of science talks produced by the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute debuts this month in Portland. Researchers, clinicians and patients are going on stage to present interconnected stories of...

New path to stop drug-resistant breast cancer

Even when anti-cancer drugs appear to eliminate tumors, a resistant few malignant cells can survive and allow cancers to resume a fatal onslaught. Researchers at OHSU in Portland have revealed a...

Cancer Translated’s top blog posts of the year

Developing exercise as "medicine" for cancer. Questioning guidelines for off-label use of cancer drugs. Using a common pain reliever to reduce breast cancer risks. These were some of the most...

Top papers in prostate cancer co-authored by OHSU faculty

Physician-scientists with the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute co-authored three of the 25 most important prostate cancer studies published this year, and one runner up, as judged by the Prostate Cancer...