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Scientists develop a drug that offers better treatment for prostate cancer
The Institute of Cancer Research findings provide vital information about the role of Hsp90 in drug-resistant prostate cancers, and open up potential new routes to cancer treatment based on blocking this or related proteins. (Read: 8 symptoms of ... [...]
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Undergrads develop low-cost cryotherapy to treat breast cancer in South Africa
A handful of undergraduate students from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore are working on a very special class project this semester: improving breast cancer treatment in South Africa. The six-member team is working with healthcare equipment ... [...]
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Edinburgh University researchers develop arthritis treatment that helps reduce …
Treatment based on these compounds could help to treat rheumatoid arthritis, as well as sepsis, in which a body-wide immune response causes life-threatening tissue damage. The compounds – called alpha defensins – are part of the body's first line of ... [...]
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Better study of which tumours develop into breast cancer
A team looking at the relationship between early breast cancer tumours and more advanced forms of the disease has discovered a potential way to separate patients according to their risk and offer tailored treatment as a result. The most common form of ... [...]
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Mexican scientists develop breast cancer detector using saliva
A sensor, embedded in an ultrathin film about two microns thick and 10mm long, is able to detect the Cerb-b2 protein, which is present in the saliva of “a large number of women” in the early stages of breast cancer, research team leader Joaquin Esteban ... [...]
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Study Finds Most Breast Cancer Patients Develop PTSD Symptoms
A large majority of women with breast cancer develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) within the first few months after diagnosis, according to a new study led by researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich, Germany. [...]
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Scripps Florida Scientists Win $1.4 Million Grant to Develop New Ways to Block …
Newswise — JUPITER, FL – March 18, 2016 – Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have received a $1.4 million grant from the Department of Defense to develop a series of drug candidates that act against molecules ... [...]
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NECTAR helps North East Develop
Tura: Seven Primary Health Centres have been connected with the district and maternity hospital to have remote examination of patients by specialists. Nagaland: As a part of ... and turmeric. Lakadong turmeric is known to be high in curcumin content ... [...]
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Irish scientist gets €2m grant to develop new treatment for arthritis, MS and …
AN IRISH SCIENTIST has secured a €2 million grant to develop new treatments for certain chronic illnesses. Arthritis, inflammatory bowel syndrome, multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease all have one thing in common: inflammation. Professor Luke ... [...]
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MIT Researchers Develop Device That Identifies Which Drugs Can Effectively …
According to Oliver Jonas, paper lead author and postdoc at MIT's Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, this new device can potentially reduce much of the guesswork involved in selecting cancer treatments. “You can use it to test a patient ... [...]
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University of Canberra starts company to develop new cancer treatment
Researchers hope the work will prove valuable beyond breast cancer, as the stem cells have also been detected in other aggressive cancers like ovarian and pancreatic. Clinical trials at Canberra Hospital are the treatment's next step. "So that we can ... [...]
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Women Who Survive Breast or Thyroid Cancer Are More Likely to Develop the …
Treatment effect. Most early-stage breast cancers are treated with surgery, followed by radiation therapy. Previous studies have suggested that exposure to radiation affects the risk of certain cancers, including lung, esophageal, and blood cancers ... [...]
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Older men with higher levels of free testosterone more likely to develop …
Australian researchers spent a decade exploring the testosterone-prostate cancer connection by comparing natural testosterone levels of men in their 70s and 80s, those with prostate cancer and without. "Men with late-onset prostate cancer had higher ... [...]
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KU startup earns $300K contract to develop cancer-fighting drug technology
HylaPharm, founded in 2010, has received a $300,000 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to repurpose an existing drug for the treatment of breast cancer. The National Cancer Institute, which is part of the National Institutes of Health ... [...]
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Men with high oestrogen more likely to develop breast cancer
Men with naturally high levels of the female hormone oestrogen are at greater risk of male breast cancer, a study has found. ... The symptoms of breast cancer and the way it is diagnosed and treated are very similar in both men and women. For men, age ... [...]
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