Colon cancer research gets help from an unlikely source: Grape seeds

Contrary to popular belief, cancer research involves a lot more than studying drugs for chemotherapy. To have the greatest impact in cancer care, we have to target the disease from all angles. Exploring those alternative angles is precisely what you’ll find many of the researchers doing in the lab at Baylor Scott & White Research … Continue reading Colon cancer research gets help from an unlikely source: Grape seeds

Unlocking the potential of biomarkers for colorectal cancer

1 in 21. Those are the current odds for men of developing colorectal cancer in their lifetime. The odds only slightly improve for women, with the current risk rate at 1 in 23. For people suffering from ulcerative colitis, the risk of developing colon cancer becomes even higher. Fighting this deadly cancer, which is expected … Continue reading Unlocking the potential of biomarkers for colorectal cancer

New Blood Test Could Eliminate the Need for Screening Colonoscopies

Imagine a world without routine colonoscopies. Because of a new blood test we developed at Baylor Research Institute, this could potentially become a reality. Our team of researchers at the Gastrointestinal Cancer Research Lab has spent the last several years working on the discovery and validation of biomarkers that can facilitate the early detection of … Continue reading New Blood Test Could Eliminate the Need for Screening Colonoscopies