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The dismal outlook for patients with the most aggressive and common form of adult brain cancer, glioblastoma , motivates a search for new therapeutic strategies and targets for this aggressive disease.
Wendy Malcomson's newest venture is located in a tiny building in Old Town Sherwood, but while her business might be small, her life story would fill a giant book.
Dallas biotech company OncoNano Medicine LLC was one of the big winners in a $107 million round of funding awarded by the state's cancer-fighting agency today.
Earlier this June, researchers from the Canadian consulting firm Instrinsik published a 60-study review looking at the scientific basis for so-called "wind turbine syndrome."
The Vascular Enabled Integrated Nanosecond pulse procedure consists of inserting minimally invasive needle electrodes into the diseased tissue and applying multiple bursts of nanosecond pulses with alternating polarity.
As brain surgeons test new procedures and drugs to treat conditions ranging from psychiatric disorders to brain cancer, accuracy is becoming an ever-greater issue.
Cellectar Biosciences, Inc. , a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing innovative agents for the detection and treatment of cancer, is providing an overview of its development programs and financial results for the second quarter 2014.
Jack Hoffman is eight years old, a Nebraska Cornhuskers superfan and a brain cancer survivor.
Scientists at Virginia Tech's Virginia Bioinformatics Institute working with the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children's National Medical Center have found a new way to diagnose brain cancer based on genetic markers found in "junk DNA."
Step to it: Karen Stopps and Laura Hughes of Kings Road Long Day Preschool with preschool attendees Carissa Kidner, 5, Asher Keane, 5, and Lily Gomes, 5, getting ready for Sunday's Color Run Sydney event.
Longtime lobbyist and former Hill staffer Devon Jacobs is being remembered in Ottawa for his jokes, his magnetic personality, his warmth and intelligence after he passed away last week.
Dr Dariusz Leszczynski, Adjunct Professor, Division of Biochemistry and Biotechnology at the University of Helsinki and a member of a working group of 31 scientists from 14 countries constituted by World Health Organization that classified cellphone radiation as possibly carcinogenic, in conversation with Maitri Porecha, reveals how leading cell ... (more)
The most famous Husker football fan will travel to Boston this week, hoping for a miracle as he battles brain cancer.
A man has turned his fight with brain cancer into a walk to raise awareness and money for other children with cancer.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 01:23 am
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