Tumors

Researchers decode how molecular escorts help prevent cancer

5 hours ago   |   News Medical

The anti-tumor protein p53 can decide on the life or death of a cell: If it detects damage in the cell's genome, the protein pushes the cell to suicide.
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Research uncovers potential breakthrough in the understanding of tumor dormancy

6 hours ago   |   News Medical

Scientists at VCU Massey Cancer Center may have uncovered a primary method through which cancer cells exist undetected in an organism and received more than $1 million to...
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Evaluation of the diagnostic biopsy approach for children with hepatoblastoma: A report from the Children's Oncology Group AHEP 0731 Liver Tumor Committee

6 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Surgery

The histopathological assessment of pediatric liver tumors at presentation is critical to establish a diagnosis, guide treatment, and collect appropriate research samples. The...
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Complete Tumor Removal in Dogs Cuts Risk of Cancer's Return: Study

8 hours ago   |   Medicine Net   |   2 articles

Title: Complete Tumor Removal in Dogs Cuts Risk of Cancer's Return: Study Category: Health News Created: 5/20/2019 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 5/21/2019 12:00:00 AM
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Potential breakthrough in understanding tumor dormancy

15 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

Scientists may have uncovered a primary method through which cancer cells exist undetected in an organism and received more than $1 million to investigate the potential for...
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New surgical guideline leads to lower reoperation rates after breast-conserving surgery

19 hours ago   |   Healio   |   2 articles

Reoperation rates following breast-conserving surgery for early invasive breast cancer decreased after Society of Surgical Oncology and ASCO released a new guideline on...
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How molecular escorts help prevent cancer

19 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

The anti-tumor protein p53 can decide on the life or death of a cell: If it detects damage in the cell's genome, the protein pushes the cell to suicide. New research shows that...
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Cancer: Using 3D to test personalized treatments in five days

23 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   3 articles

Researchers have devised a cell co-culture platform that reproduces a patient's tumor structure in 3D. The scientists can use it to test several drugs or their combinations at...
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Shedding light on cancer metabolism in real-time with bioluminescence

1 day ago   |   ScienceDaily

Cancerous tumors can be made to bioluminesce, like fireflies, according to the level of their glucose uptake, giving rise to a technique for quantifying metabolite absorption...
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Precision medicine ‘can now be a reality' for hard-to-treat pediatric cancers

1 day ago   |   Healio

Comprehensive molecular profiling feasibly identified potentially actionable mutations among children and adolescents with hard-to-treat cancers, according to results of a...
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Poor Semen Quality in Young Men in Switzerland

Poor Semen Quality in Young Men in Switzerland

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UPDATE: Hepatitis cases linked to turmeric supplements rumble on as...

UPDATE: Hepatitis cases linked to turmeric supplements rumble on as incidences rise to ten

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Early Life Nicotine Exposure Alters Neurons, Influences Brain to Addiction Later

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Blood Proteins Can Predict Heart Failure Risk

Blood proteins may be useful in identifying people who are at high risk for developing heart failure, reveals a new study. Read more ...

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Poor Sleep is Bad for Your Heart: Here's Why

Lack of sleep can affect your heart health. Therefore, people who don't get enough sleep are at a higher risk of developing stroke and heart attack, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Cannabidiol Benefits People With Heroin Use Disorder

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The dark side of blue light: Constantly looking at a screen is bad for your eyes, skin, sleep and health

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Study reveals link between what you eat and brain function: Following a...

Study reveals link between what you eat and brain function: Following a healthy diet can lower your risk of Alzheimer's

The findings of a new study suggest that a person should pay extra attention to what he or she eats, but for a different reason. Iowa-based researchers discovered a connection... Read more ...

Restless nights and pain: Not getting enough sleep "intensifies" your...

Restless nights and pain: Not getting enough sleep "intensifies" your sensitivity to pain, reveals study

People experiencing extreme pain find it difficult to sleep. Most of the time, it requires the use of painkillers, which is why opioid abuse is associated with both sleep loss... Read more ...

Opioid users in Illinois may turn to medical marijuana instead, thanks to...

Opioid users in Illinois may turn to medical marijuana instead, thanks to efforts aimed at reducing the overdose epidemic

Like many other American states, Illinois is battling a crippling opioid epidemic. Official statistics from the state's Department of Public Health indicate that opioid... Read more ...