Researchers design a light-sensitive inhibitor that can control cell division and cell death
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet in Munich researchers have designed a light-sensitive inhibitor that can control cell division and cell death - and provides a promising...
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Priming the immune system to attack cancer
New research showed how immune 'training' transforms innate immune cells to target tumors. The findings could inform new approaches to cancer immunotherapy or even strategies...
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Cancer-fighting gene restrains 'jumping genes'
About half of all tumors have mutations of the gene p53, normally responsible for warding off cancer. Now scientists have discovered a new role for p53 in its fight against...
13 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Single-fraction SBRT ‘a one-stop, knockout punch' for oligometastatic lung tumors
Single-fraction stereotactic body radiation therapy appeared safe and effective for patients with up to three oligometastatic lung tumors, according to results of the phase 2...
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Tumor suppressor gene represses 'jumping genes'
About half of all tumors have mutations of the gene p53, normally responsible for warding off cancer. Now, UT Southwestern scientists have discovered a new role for p53 in its...
14 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
The US Is Winning the Battle Against Breast Cancer, So Why Are Black Women Still Dying?
Image The pink-ribbon movement has raised billions of dollars for breast cancer research, leading to developments in screening and treatment that have saved countless American...
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Study: Mammary basal cell lineage contributes to breast cancer heterogeneity
A key hurdle in treating breast cancers is intratumoral heterogeneity, or the presence of multiple different cell populations within the same tumor that have distinct...
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Artificial Intelligence Helps Improve Treatment for Brain Tumor
In patients with glioblastoma artificial intelligence measures the amount of muscle to help improve prognosis and treatment, said researchers.
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New technique could detect and map the progression of aggressive cancers
Using a new technique, a team of McGill University researchers has found tiny and previously undetectable 'hot spots' of extremely high stiffness inside aggressive and invasive...
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Genetic alterations linked to high incidence of prostate cancer African American men
Prostate cancer tumors from African American men had higher frequencies of certain genetic alterations that may be associated with aggressive disease, compared with prostate...
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Improved Illness Tx? Record for New Cases; 6 Months of 'COVID Toes'
Note that some links may require registration or subscription. Are we learning how to manage the disease? Survival among seriously ill patients with COVID-19 has improved...
Covid-19 hospital admissions surge 33 per cent in a week
The South East recorded the biggest surges in hospital admissions and mechanical ventilator bed use - by 52 per cent and 47 per cent - in England for the week ending October 25.
Remdesivir study accidentally proves hydroxychloroquine effective against...
To date, there has only been one study conducted on remdesivir, the Wuhan coronavirus drug that Anthony Fauci wants you to take instead of hydroxychloroquine. And it just so...
Study Reveals Why Are Some COVID-19 Infected People Asymptomatic
Alveolar macrophages effectively produce interferons when infected with known viruses, such as influenza and SARS-CoV-2 virus - the virus that produces COVID-19.
'Time Machine' Offers a Novel Pancreatic Cancer Drug Testing Approach
New "time machine" designed to observe pancreatic cancer behavior over time suggests a novel drug testing approach that could help scientists better catch resistance.
Research method turns pig blood into protein powder for supplement use
Researchers have released details of an intriguing new method to convert pig blood into a powder with 90% protein content that can be used as a supplement in a variety of foods.
Chagas Disease: Stronger Treatments, Less Frequent Drug Doses Could be Key...
Stronger treatments may cure Chagas disease, but less frequent drug doses could be key, finds a new study.
Link Between Workplace Interruptions and Physical Stress Identified
New digital early warning system uses machine learning/artificial intelligence to detect workplace stress in real time.
Hospital Floors are a Hotspot for Bacteria
Hospital room floors are quickly and frequently contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria within hours of patient admission, creating a route of transfer of potentially...
Good Mental Health and Better Sleep for the Physically Active, Says Study
Active individuals have exercised more during the coronavirus pandemic, with positive results, found new study.