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New avenues for eradicating cancer | EMBL
This call for entries is open to any individual or organisation, for films, video and multimedia cycles, without limit of origin neither genre nor duration. Proposals are free of charge, without any limitation of geographic. To enter a proposal, you may have the opportunity to choose between two types of registration. This event now constitutes a unique artistic and cultural platform in Europe for artists, professional networks and various audiences. The 'Rencontres Internationales' reflects specificities and convergences of artistic practices between new cinema and contemporary art, explores emerging media art practices and their critical purposes, and makes possible a necessary time when points of view meet and are exchanged.
New avenues for eradicating cancer
New single-cell sequencing method has the potential to boost efforts to find cancer-fighting drugs. Most cancerous tissue consists of rapidly dividing cells with a limited capacity for self-renewal, meaning that the bulk of cells stop reproducing after a certain number of divisions. However, cancer stem cells can replicate indefinitely, fuelling long-term cancer growth and driving relapse. Cancer stem cells that elude conventional treatments like chemotherapy are one of the reasons patients initially enter remission but relapse soon after. However, cancer stem cells are difficult to isolate and study because of their low abundance and similarity to other types of stem cell.