A new collaboration to maximize the benefits of radiation oncology

In spite of being extremely reliable and commonly utilized, radiation oncology treatment still experiences an absence of cumulative understanding on how some treatments impacts clients’ performance, signs and lifestyle,... Read more »

Engineering a better device to capture — and release — circulating tumor cells

For many years, bioengineer Yaling Liu has remained in pursuit of the deadly tumor cell. Liu has been perfecting a microfluidic device the size of two quarters that has... Read more »

Wound-Healing in Mice Triggers Growth of Dormant Tumors

Dealing with mice with anti-inflammatory drugs following surgical treatment lowered the size of growths. ISTOCK, SIDSNAPPER The wound-healing procedure after cancer surgical treatment can trigger inactive growths to start... Read more »

The Rivkin Center awards $1.185 million in ovarian cancer research grants

Seattle, WA (April 11, 2018)– The Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer, a Seattle-based 501( c)( 3 ), revealed that it has actually granted $1.185 million in ovarian cancer research... Read more »

New Camera Inspired by Butterfly Eyes Improves Image-Guided Cancer Surgery

The scientists evaluated the capability of their infrared cam to determine lymph nodes in clients with breast cancer. Lymph nodes are among the main locations where breast cancer spreads.... Read more »

European Research Council invests EUR 650 million in advanced frontier research

How does air contamination impact the advancement of child’s brains? Can ingenious heart regrowth treatments increase the long-lasting survival of cardiovascular disease victims? How did non-living matter progress into... Read more »

OSU Professor Falsified Data on Eight Papers, Resigns

Ching-Shih Chen’s research study included anticancer therapies that were being evaluated in medical trials. WIKIMEDIA, NHEYOB Cancer scientist Ching-Shih Chen of the Ohio State University (OSU) resigned last September... Read more »

Declines in lung cancer death rates among US women have lagged in 2 hot spots

Bottom Line: While lung cancer death rates amongst ladies in the majority of the United States have actually decreased considerably in the last few years, development amongst ladies in... Read more »

Additional therapy after surgical removal of rare tumors may not increase survival

CINCINNATI– Outcomes of an analysis from the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medication reveal that extra treatment, or adjuvant treatment, provided after surgical elimination of an unusual kind... Read more »

Targeting telomeres to overcome therapy resistance in advanced melanoma

PHILADELPHIA– (March 21, 2018)– A research study carried out at The Wistar Institute in cooperation with The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has actually shown the effectiveness of... Read more »