2019 BCOP Education

Upcoming Events


Check out the latest edition of HOPA News!

Latest Discussions

HOPA Bulletin

  • For many cancer survivors, their worst nightmare is finding out that their cancer has come back. Even years after a seemingly successful treatment, cancer can start growing again, and scientists don’t know how this happens. Now, a new study suggests that stress hormones may wake up dormant cancer cells that remain in the body after treatment. In experiments in mice, a stress hormone triggered a chain reaction in immune cells that prompted dormant cancer cells to wake up and form tumors again.

Getting Started

Check out our user guide for further information.

Connect With Us