Tag Archive: CAVATICA

Aug 31 2018

CHOP Leads Big Data Collaboration to Uncover Pathways Between Cancer and Birth Defects

When most of us think about cancer, a number of factors — from smoking, to sun exposure, to specific organs where a disorder develops — might jump to mind. But for Adam Resnick, PhD, co-founder of the Center for Data Driven Discovery and Biomedicine (D3B) at CHOP, in order to unravel the inextricable link between childhood cancer and other rare conditions, we must visualize pediatric cancer as a process.

As a single-cell zygote proliferates into a 37 trillion-cell being, something happens in the course of its development — a dysfunction, a deviance, a DNA-driven decision — that underpins not just the development of life-changing birth defects, but a potential vulnerability to childhood cancer as well.

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Feb 8 2017

Philadelphia Coalition for a Cure: Re-defining Cancer Research Through Collaboration

PC4CThe newly launched Philadelphia Coalition for a Cure (PC4C) received a warm welcome at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in honor of World Cancer Day.

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Oct 21 2016

CHOP Research In the News: Cancer Moonshot Yields Data-Sharing Initiatives, Hemophilia Surprise, Mitochondrial Medal

CHOP Research In the NewsBuckle your seatbelts because this has been a busy week for research news at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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