Carlos Harrison

Carlos Harrison is a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist, editor and writer of more than a dozen books in English and Spanish. A former national and international correspondent for the Fox News Channel, Harrison also has written two award-winning television documentaries and seven feature-length screenplays, as well as hundreds of newspaper articles and magazine pieces. His most recent book is Trained to Kill: The Inside Story of CIA Plots against Castro, Kennedy, and Che.

Most Recent Articles by Carlos Harrison

Using Autologous Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes to Mediate Tumor Regression: Promising Outcomes in Experimental Research

Using Autologous Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes to Mediate Tumor Regression: Promising Outcomes in Experimental Research

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Experimental research may provide a blue print for the treatment of many types of cancer.

Adding Gemcitabine at the Time of Resection Reduces Recurrence, Cost in Early-Stage Bladder Cancer

Adding Gemcitabine at the Time of Resection Reduces Recurrence, Cost in Early-Stage Bladder Cancer

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Though early-stage bladder cancer is infrequently fatal, the decrease in recurrence rates has a meaningful impact on the quality of life for patients as well as treatment costs.

Liquid Biopsies and Cancer Detection: New Test Assesses Levels of Circulating Proteins for Early-Stage Diagnosis

Liquid Biopsies and Cancer Detection: New Test Assesses Levels of Circulating Proteins for Early-Stage Diagnosis

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A new test has been shown to be capable of identifying eight different cancers by assessing levels of circulating proteins along with mutations in cell-free DNA.

Understanding Telomerase: Higher Quality Images Give Insight Into Developing New Agents for Inhibition

Understanding Telomerase: Higher Quality Images Give Insight Into Developing New Agents for Inhibition

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Telomerase plays a crucial role in tumor proliferation, and a better understanding of its structure will pave the way for new drug development.

Clonally Transmissible Cancers in Nature

Clonally Transmissible Cancers in Nature

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While a recent discovery of a series of communicable cancers has raised concerns, there has been no sign of readily transmittable cancer in people that could spread through a population the way the ones found in other species do.

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