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Rethinking why cancer doesn't happen - Part 1

Rethinking why cancer doesn't happen - Part 1

Hutch scientists look beyond DNA to understand how our bodies stop tumors before they start and find new ways prevent cancer
Hutch News - August 15, 2022
Dr. Siqi Li named a 2022 Damon Runyon Fellow

Dr. Siqi Li named a 2022 Damon Runyon Fellow

Beronja Lab postdoc will study how interactions between normal and mutated skin stem cells stave off cancer
Hutch News - February 01, 2022
Two opposing “agendas” keep skin mutant cell clusters at an impasse

Two opposing “agendas” keep skin mutant cell clusters at an impasse

From the Beronja lab, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - February 15, 2021
A translational regulatory mechanism suppresses epidermal overgrowth

A translational regulatory mechanism suppresses epidermal overgrowth

From the Beronja lab, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - July 20, 2020
Mutated skin stem cells self-correct to prevent cancer

Mutated skin stem cells self-correct to prevent cancer

New study helps explain why inherited cancer-driving mutations don’t always lead to cancer
Hutch News - June 12, 2020
A breast tumor might have thousands of mutations. Which are important?

A breast tumor might have thousands of mutations. Which are important?

In support of precision medicine, new method enables scientists to separate cancer-driving mutations from passengers
Hutch News - February 13, 2020
A tip from skin cells to keep tumor initiation under control

A tip from skin cells to keep tumor initiation under control

From the Beronja Lab, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - December 17, 2018
Researchers identify new way skin stops tumor growth

Researchers identify new way skin stops tumor growth

‘Oncogene-induced differentiation’ joins two other strategies for counteracting potentially cancer-causing DNA changes
Hutch News - October 22, 2018
Cell biologist Beronja joins Fred Hutch faculty

Cell biologist Beronja joins Fred Hutch faculty

Slobodan Beronja’s Human Biology Division lab uses skin as a model system for understanding cancer development
Hutch News - May 02, 2013