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    Two DF/HCC members honored at ASCO annual meeting

    Jay Harris, MD (DFCI) and Bruce Johnson, MD (DFCI) were honored at the 2008 meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) for their outstanding accomplishments in cancer research

    (CF) RMS cells invade into adjacent muscle (C), intestine (D), liver (E), and kidney (F). Dotted line in D outlines the outer edge of effaced intestine. Arrowheads denote striated muscle tumors. The boxed region in E is a magnified view of a striated cell in the liver. Bars: CF, 50 m.
    Specialized Histopathology Services Core

    The Specialized Histopathology Services (SHS) Core provides technical and professional pathology services in a variety of experimental organisms and human tissues

    High-Throughput Polymorphism Detection Core

    The High-Throughput Polymorphism Detection Core provides services to investigators conducting molecular analyses of somatic DNA collected as part of a wide range of investigations

    Harvard receives transforming NIH award

    Harvard University has become a members of the NIH's Clinical and Translational Science Award consortium

    Edward J. Benz Jr., MD, testifies at Senate hearing on war on cancer

    On May 8, Center Director Edward J

    HMS quad
    On the HMS Quadrangle: Tackling basic science questions about cancer

    Ask for directions to the Harvard Center for Cancer Biology, and you may find yourself wandering the Quadrangle of Harvard Medical School that houses the seven basic science departments

    New cell death program solves mystery of birds eye cells

    Although pathologists have observed for over a century a peculiar cytological feature of human cancers − cells internalized in other cells − they remained puzzled as to how such so-called birds-eye cells formed in the first place

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