Research reveals why some tumors have different makeup of cells

Molecular changes in cells called fibroblasts may explain why one type of colon cancer doesn’t respond to therapy, according to a new study by Drs. Jorge Moscat-Guillen and Maria Diaz-Meco, adjunct professors at Sanford Burnham Prebys.

Soft Bones, Inc. awards its 2020 grant to Sanford Burnham Prebys researcher to promote gene therapy advancements in hypophosphatasia

The study objectives look to determine the efficacy of viral vector delivery of mineral-targeted tissue non-specific alkaline phosphatase (TNAP) to treat late onset or adult HPP.

Moderna Vaccine Around 95% Effective Shows Promise For End Of COVID-19 Pandemic

As coronavirus cases surge across the country, topping out at a million new cases in less than a week, there’s at least some promising news.

‘It’s very safe’: Doctor volunteers for Moderna vaccine trial

The world may see two coronavirus vaccines before the end of the year. Dr. Carl Ware may have already received a dose.

COVID-19 vaccines: Our experts weigh in on the historic news

Our leading COVID-19 researchers give their take on the Pfizer vaccine