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Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications
News / 07.27.17
Cancer cells thrive despite harboring mutations that should kill them. By mapping the dependencies cancer cells rely on for survival, researchers hope to reveal new treatment opportunities.Read more
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News / 07.17.17
Study of Indian genetics reveals population bottlenecks similar to those that, in other groups, have yielded key discoveries relevant to prevention, treatment of diseaseRead more
 CRISPR-Cas9.  Image by Ian Slaymaker, Broad Institute
Press releases / 07.10.17
If other key patent holders join, pool would expand access and streamline non-exclusive licensing for commercial useRead more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
Blog / 07.6.17
The successful early-stage clinical trial of a personalized cancer vaccine for melanoma represents the culmination of almost a decade’s collaborative work to overcome challenges large and small.Read more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
News / 07.5.17
A new study shows that cancer cells across multiple lineages can adopt the same therapy-resistant cell state, enabling broad resistance to targeted therapies. However, the resulting cell circuitry also results in a vulnerability that can be exploited to induce a form of cell death called ferroptosis.Read more