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PLOS Genetics editors – David Kwiatkowski and Peter McKinnon

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Let’s talk cancer: New live imaging shows how cancer communicates with other cells

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Tumor evolution and microbial forensics: the PLOS Comp Biol March Issue

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Understanding Images: Golden Retrievers Contribute to Cancer Research

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Cancer: Bad luck, bad writing, and maybe a bad paper

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The Corrupting Power of Cancer

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In a Lather Over Triclosan? Thumbs Down to Fear-Mongering Soap Operas

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Red meat and cancer: the biological evidence

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Why does eating red meat elevate breast cancer risk, especially for young women on the pill?

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Guest Post: Public health agencies should prioritize public health based on evidence, not fear

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