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One of the most effective methods of cancer treatment is chemotherapy, but it has serious side effects on the human body. In a bid to reduce the intensity of these side effects, scientists are looking at ways to bring the drugs directly to the cancer cells so that people do not have to suffer the serious...

A new report suggests that the people who have suffered from cancer in their childhood will suffer from greater physical ailments. According to a report published in The Lancet Regional Health-Europe, the risk varies between different types of cancer. These patients have to make 5 times as many hospital...

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) has awarded grants to the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Research Center on November 19. The grant is aimed at increasing minority participation in trials, developing drugs to battle brain tumors, and increasing the research...

Latest study from researchers at the University College of London has revealed that people who suffered from cancer in their younger days are at risk of various illness as they step into adulthood. The health risks involved depends on the type of cancer and the kind of treatment they received. With...

In their quest for the treatment of malignant brain tumors, researchers at the German Cancer Research Center or DKFZ and Heidelberg University's Medical Faculty Mannheim carried out a neoantigen-specific transgenic immune cell therapy on mice and were successful. In modern cancer treatment, cellular...

Researcher believes that recent regulatory advances have made the management of Endometrial cancer very easy. Cancer experts from NYU Langone also believes that the swift permission of multiple inhibitor drugs in the newar past has changed the whole scenarioof cancer treatment for the better as more...

The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has given the green signal to three new cancer drugs in Scotland, for routine use. The drugs, namely Atezolizumab (Tecentriq), Osimertinib (Tagrisso), and Pembrolizumab (Keytruda) have been accepted for the NHS in Scotland by Scott Muir, the vice-chairman of the...

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine has led to the discovery of a common gene mutation, which deprives people of their natural cancer protection abilities. The research, led by Hao Jiang, PhD, of UVA Cancer Center has discovered a mutation in the UTX...

In cancerous cells, the membranes are known to be more pliant than those in the normal cells of human body. Latest research conducted by Kobe University's Biosignal Research Center and Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences in mice has revealed that the occurrence and spread of cancer could be...

Scientists of the Institute of Cancer Research, London have been able to successfully combine two cancer drugs to help treat children with Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), a type of brain cancer that has proven to be extremely fatal for children. The cancer cells can evolve really quickly and...

Researchers in the UK have reported a steep drop in the number of Cervical cancer cases among women and girls who were vaccinated. Unlike most other cancers, Cervical cancer is caused by a virus named Human Papilloma Virus and the researchers have finally taken a huge leap ahead in treating the...

Researchers at the George Washington University have identified a key molecule in certain types of breast cancers, which block immune cells from reaching tumors and killing cancer cells. This research could open up avenues for new forms of treatment of aggressive forms of breast cancer. Rong...

Researchers at the University of British Columbia or UBC and the BC Children's Hospital Research Institute or BCCHR have jointly discovered a new test, which can now more easily and accurately diagnose medulloblastoma, the most common form of malignant childhood brain tumor. The test helps in differentiating...

The researchers in the University of California are seeking ways to provide personalized treatment to the patients with HPV-associated oropharyngeal cancer. The researchers are being aided by the studies of UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center which were conducted on the patients who had inherited...

Artificial intelligence has been revolutionizing treatment for a long time and now, researchers believe that AI and machine learning can predict the response of cancer patients to a particular medication. Researchers of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Ovarian Cancer Institute are using predictive...

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