Cancer

New cancer pill stops tumor cells repairing - making them weaker

New cancer pill stops tumor cells repairing - making them weaker

3 hours ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

Researchers based at the Francis Crick Institute in London and Oxford University are developing a drug that blocks the ability of tumour cells to repair themselves.
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Blood biomarker could help predict kidney cancer up to five years prior to diagnosis

3 hours ago   |   News Medical

Every year, more than 330,000 people are diagnosed with kidney cancer worldwide. More than 80 percent of those new cases are renal cell carcinomas.
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NUS study discovers a bidirectional regulator and shines light on A-to-I RNA editing in cancer cells

3 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

An in-depth study on the regulation of adenosine-to-inosine RNA editing by researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at the National University of Singapore...
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NHS misses its two-week cancer referral target for first time ever

NHS misses its two-week cancer referral target for first time ever

3 hours ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

NHS figures also reveal the number of suspected cancer patients who start treatment within 62 days of GP referral dropped from 82.3 per cent at the beginning of the year to...
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Improving Time to Antibiotics for Pediatric Oncology Patients With Fever and Suspected Neutropenia by Applying Lean Principles

3 hours ago   |   Pediatric Emergency Care   |   2 articles

Background Fever in the setting of neutropenia is a potentially life-threatening complication of cancer treatment. A time of less than 60 minutes from presentation to...
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Gene-to-gene Interaction can be Understood Better With the New Statistical Method

Gene-to-gene Interaction can be Understood Better With the New Statistical Method

4 hours ago   |   Medindia Health   |   3 articles

Gene-to-gene Interaction can be understood better with the New Statistical Method- AA9int. This method can be used to evaluate gene-to-gene interactions associated with cancer...
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New Genetic Test Detects Heart Disease, Diabetes, Cancer

5 hours ago   |   AARP

A new genetic scoring system could indicate if one has an increased likelihood of particular diseases.... This has strong implications for heart disease prevention.
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Lowering pH inside tumor cells can slow down spread of cancer

6 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

A new study focusing on the environment inside cancer cells may lead to new targeted treatment strategies.
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Researchers describe promising strategy to remove melanoma's most powerful defenses

8 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

Immunotherapies use the immune system to fight cancer. But cancers like melanoma have found ways to turn off the immune system, allowing them to resist treatments and often...
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Discovery may help broaden the scope of defenses against HPV

8 hours ago   |   News Medical

Yale Cancer Center scientists have filled in a key gap in understanding the unusual route by which the Human papillomavirus infects cells.
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How to Identify Risk of Gestational Diabetes During Pregnancy?

How to Identify Risk of Gestational Diabetes During Pregnancy?

A blood test done early in the first trimester of pregnancy can help women make lifestyle changes even before gestational diabetes can develop. Read more ...

Coal Miners at High Risk of Developing Deadly Lung Fibrosis

Coal Miners at High Risk of Developing Deadly Lung Fibrosis

Coal miners are at an increased risk of developing progressive massive fibrosis. Coal mine operators and coal miners need to be educated about the harmful effects of coal mine... Read more ...

Man told he'd never walk or talk because of rare disease stuns doctors with...

Man told he'd never walk or talk because of rare disease stuns doctors with mobility

Macauley Collinson, from Lancaster, suffers with the rare Moebius Syndrome - a rare neurological condition which affects the nerves controlling facial expression and eye movement. Read more ...

Patients are discussing their conditions online instead of seeking...

Patients are discussing their conditions online instead of seeking professional help, experts warn 

Experts say web giants such as Facebook and Instagram had a 'moral duty' to help the 'cash strapped' NHS reach troubled young people in the UK. Read more ...

New cancer pill stops tumor cells repairing - making them weaker

New cancer pill stops tumor cells repairing - making them weaker

Researchers based at the Francis Crick Institute in London and Oxford University are developing a drug that blocks the ability of tumour cells to repair themselves. Read more ...

Gene-to-gene Interaction can be Understood Better With the New Statistical...

Gene-to-gene Interaction can be Understood Better With the New Statistical Method

Gene-to-gene Interaction can be understood better with the New Statistical Method- AA9int. This method can be used to evaluate gene-to-gene interactions associated with cancer... Read more ...

NHS misses its two-week cancer referral target for first time ever

NHS misses its two-week cancer referral target for first time ever

NHS figures also reveal the number of suspected cancer patients who start treatment within 62 days of GP referral dropped from 82.3 per cent at the beginning of the year to... Read more ...

Organ Donation Following Neurologic and Circulatory Determination of Death

Organ Donation Following Neurologic and Circulatory Determination of Death

Objectives: To describe important considerations during the process of caring for critically ill children who may be potential organ donors and supporting the family during the... Read more ...

Weight Loss: More Protein can Reduce Fatty Liver

Weight Loss: More Protein can Reduce Fatty Liver

Increase in dietary protein is linked to reduce the liver's fat content in people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease . Read more ...

US approves first generic competitor to Mylan's $600 EpiPen 

US approves first generic competitor to Mylan's $600 EpiPen 

The US Food and Drug Administration granted approval to Israel-based Teva Pharmaceuticals to market its generic epinephrine auto-injector for emergency treatment of allergic... Read more ...