Luis A. Gomez-Sarosi discusses how cancer therapies interact with cancer and non-cancerous cells and the development of early cancer detection methods.
Costanza Zanetti, PhD student of Prof. Dr. D.S. Krause at the Georg-Speyer-Haus, Institute for Tumour Biology and Experimental Therapy, in Frankfurt (Germany), describes the importance of the bone marrow microenvironment for the progession of leukaemia. Leukaemia White and red blood, as well as platelets are derived from haematopoietic stem cells, which live in the bone […]
With the discovery that common cancers may be identified by blood tests, PET would provide a non-invasive approach to confirm a cancer diagnosis.
Though most people are supportive about cancer research, there remains a small minority who upholds the idea that cancer research is just one big lie.
A Dangerous Virus Zika virus and its devastating consequences to unborn babies made the headlines in 2015 when scientists first established a link between this mosquito-borne virus, microcephaly and Guillain-Barré syndrome in babies, two devastating neurological disorders. Extensive research in the past couple of years on this previously poorly-known virus led scientists to the conclusion […]
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The Way Cancer Cells Process Information Affects Tumour Development
A new method of patient classification allows doctors to reduce the number of unecessary chemotherapy treatment rounds for children with Leukaemia.
A new blood test taken early in the course of olaparib treatment shows which men are responsive and which should change treatment.