On 18 November, the Spanish Cancer Research Association (ASEICA) presented the awards, with which it recognises the efforts of Spanish researchers in1
This discovery changes the view of the progression of leukaemia, opens the door to early diagnosis, and offers new treatment strategies.
In the next three years, the projects selected, led by Elías Campo, Patrícia Pérez Galán and Josep Dalmau, are aimed at studying how cancer cells mod1
An international study, published in Nature Genetics, identifies more than 100 new genes involved in the disease and defines new groups of patients w1
IDIBAPS participates in the development of a new chronic lymphocytic leukemia solution with SOPHiA GENETICS and Diagnóstica Longwood
The partnership aims to improve current characterization and research practices of this disease.