Results about: colorectal cancer
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the most frequent and the second-most deadly type of cancer with around 700,000 deaths worldwide.
Clara Morral is the first author of an article recently published in the scientific journal Cell Stem Cell.
The study identifies that protein synthesis is a key property for the regenerative potential of colon cancer cells.
Awards for outstanding creation, research and production developed in Barcelona
The Barcelona City Council acknowledges the impact of his studies in cancer and metastasis
The projects address breast, lung, colon, prostate and melanoma cancer.
The IRB Barcelona scientist and head of the Colorectal Cancer Lab has been awarded the Olof Palme Medal in recognition of his recent discovery regarding the treatment of advanced-stage colon tumors with immunotherapy.
IRB Barcelona paves the way to the use of immunotherapy to treat aggressive colon tumours and their metastasis
A team headed by ICREA researcher Eduard Batlle discovers that immune system-stimulating treatments combined with a TGF-beta inhibitor are effective against colon cancer.
The researchers developed a mouse model that mimics advanced human colon cancer. This model has allowed them to study the immune system response for the first time.