A helping hand for cancer immunotherapy

Study outlines how we might help more people respond to immunotherapy, an often life-saving treatment

American Cancer Society awards Research Scholar Grant to Brooke Emerling

The grant is often a career-launching award for “rising stars” in cancer research

Sanford Burnham Prebys announces research agreement with Lilly for COVID-19 antibody research

Neutralizing antibodies have the potential for both prevention and treatment of COVID-19.

Researchers discover a metabolic enzyme that spurs the growth and spread of liver cancer

The findings could spur development of new therapies the historically difficult to treat cancer.

New drug candidate reawakens sleeping HIV in hopes of functional cure

Called “shock and kill,” the approach aims to activate and then eliminate all dormant HIV.