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Xiaowei Wang, PhD, and his colleagues have designed synthetic molecules that combine the advantages of two experimental RNA therapies against cancer.
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3 hrs ago | Medical News Today
A technique that uses focused ultrasound under magnetic resonance guidance to heat and destroy tumors may offer a safe and effective treatment for breast cancer , according to research presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America .
8 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
A drug used to treat advanced breast and colorectal cancers has been linked to sometimes fatal skin reactions in patients, its Swiss manufacturer and Canadian health officials said Wednesday.
A cell-processing lab where T cell research is done, at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Survival rates for nine out of 10 common cancers are lower than the European average in the UK, despite rapid improvements in diagnosis and treatment since the end of the 1990s, a major study has shown.
A sensitive new DNA test can predict how long ovarian cancer patients will survive, and guide personalized treatment decisions, according to new research.
The physical and emotional after-effects of cancer treatment - things like fatigue, pain and depression - have been well-documented.
Traci Stevens uses the Abl gene from a fruit fly embryo, pictured here, to investigate the pathways by which Abl regulates cell migration.
Mike Divney, Dr. Mark Gordon, Dr. Mark Fialk, Dr. Sara Sadan, Dr. Randy Stevens, White Plains Hospital President Susan Fox, Dr. Seth Lerner, Dr. Herb Gretz III, Dr. Dan Costin, CEO of White Plains Hospital Jon B. Schandler.
Instead, it uses the acoustic energy from high-intensity focused ultrasound to remove, or ablate, diseased tissue.
The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is set to receive more than $12,000 thanks to bed manufacturer Sealy NZ and four renowned local creatives.
John Lippincott has been unemployed for years and living off savings. The 59-year-old Wesley Hills resident was treated for prostate cancer several years ago and he doesn't want to be without health insurance.
But this holiday season, the duck is taking on a bigger challenge -- to help children fighting cancer and blood disorders.
OncoMed Pharmaceuticals Inc. will get $177.25 million upfront and Celgene Corp. will take an equity stake in the Redwood City company as part of a deal around an experimental cancer treatment and up to five other potential drugs.
Thirteen-year-old Bebe Dodd of Crandall is fighting Hodgkin's lymphoma. KISS 106.1 saw a Channel 8 story about Bebe earlier in the fall.
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Greater investment in research to delay aging may be a 'highly efficient' way to prevent disease, extend healthy life, and improve public health, according to new research.