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Why Would My Doctor Order a Pet/ct Scan?

Medical science isn’t always exact and just because patients present with symptoms common with a particular condition doesn’t mean they have it. That’s why doctors tend to run a multitude of tests to...

Rheta Mankin Dec 31, 1969
Prostate Seed Implants Show Promise for Long-Term Results

A diagnosis of prostate cancer is scary for any man, to be sure. But, if there’s any bright spot to be found, it’s the fact that, when found early, prostate cancer is highly curable. That doesn’t mean...

Rheta Mankin Dec 31, 1969
Breath Temperature, Saliva, and Used to Identify Cancer

As commonly known in the biomedical community, genetic and epigenetic alterations are regarded as biomarkers for cancer detection, while some scientist looked for new candidates to indentify cancer...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
Mammosite Therapy Offers Alternative Breast Cancer Treatment

Getting a diagnosis of breast cancer is extremely disconcerting. Even when it’s caught in its earliest stages, the questions, concerns, and stress can add up fast. Patients and their family members...

Rheta Mankin Dec 31, 1969
Classifying Breast Cancer Using Intclust to Improve Treatments

Breast cancer is heterogeneous in genetic composition. To improve treatments for this disease, Scientists have developed a classification system called IntClust that classifies it into 10 different...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
New Identified Agents Hold Promise for Treating Multiple Tumors

Undoubtedly, there is an urgent need for medical agents to treat metastatic tumors. Pancreatic cancer, as one of the most aggressive types of cancer, cause 95% of the patients to die within 5 years...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
Choosing the Most Effective Cure for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Recent research, published in the journal Cancer Cell, reports that scientists have identified and characterized mutated versions of the genes that encoding BCR-ABL, the unregulated enzyme driving the...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
New Research Suggests Cancer May Not Be Eradicated

The National Cancer Institute has poured massive funds into cancer research, and big Pharmas have developed targets-based blockbusters. Yet a cure remains elusive. To effectively treat patients with...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
Targeting Epha3 to Treat Solid Tumors

Scientists present a finding - published in the journal Cancer Research- that an antibody against the protein EphA3 has antitumor effects, providing a new approach to treat solid tumors. As EphA3 is...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
Bacteria Therapy Could Be Effective in Killing Cancer

A study, published in Science Translational Medicine, reports that tissue-damaging bacteria have been successfully employed in individualized treatment of tumours in rats, dogs and humans. While final...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
Why Giving to a Pancreatic Cancer Association is Critical

While not as publicized or well known as other forms of cancer, pancreatic cancer is poised to become the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths. That’s why pancreatic cancer association groups...

Hollie Williams Dec 31, 1969
Cancer: Educating Yourself on Treatment Options

A diagnosis of cancer can be devastating for anyone. And with so much information coming at us at once, it can be challenging to determine the best route to take in terms of treatment. More than...

Rheta Mankin Dec 31, 1969
Wha’s Involved in Treatment for Prostate Cancer?

When prostate cancer is found in its earliest stages, there are many more treatment options available. But, what about those who need treatment for an advanced form of the disease? Are there...

Rheta Mankin Dec 31, 1969
Friend or Foe? Dense Stroma Means to Pancreatic Cancer

As investigators usually think, pancreatic cancers have dense stroma that protects malignant cells from chemotherapy. However, new research shows that some elements of the stroma also fight the...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
Insight into Sugar-Coated Cell Signalling

Recently, scientists find that sugar coating, which is more outstanding in cancer cells, regulate cell survivor during tumour spread. The novel study is published in the Nature journal, entitled...

Zhang Qing Dec 31, 1969
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