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What Causes Lung Cancer

Today one of the most common types of cancer found in both men and women is lung cancer. Understanding its effects and how it is caused is very important because it can save our life and others also...

Mohamed Fareed Aug 13, 2021
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Liver Cancer Market - Global Market Size, Growth, Trends and 2026 Forecast Report

The Global Liver Cancer Market Size is supposed to gain traction owing to the factors such as increasing number of drug approvals, and rising number ongoing clinical trials for the developing...

Neel Bobde Nov 05, 2018
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Cell Therapy Takes on Solid Tumors: World's First Bispecific Tcr-T Therapy Receives Fda Approval

On January 26, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the marketing of Kimmtrak (Tebentafusp-tebn), an innovative therapy from a British biotechnology company, for the treatment of...

Candy Swift May 08, 2022
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Crispr-Cas9: Gene Therapy 2.0 is on Its Way!

Gene therapy is emerging as a therapeutic option for a rising range of diseases three decades after its first introduction. Researchers have created therapies for a variety of blood diseases, as well...

Candy Swift Mar 07, 2022
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Gbm Treatment Research: Immunotherapy Still Prevails

Glioblastomas (GBM), tumors originating from glial cells, are very common primary intracranial malignancies that can cause great harm to the human body. GBM accounts for 27% of all primary central...

Candy Swift Feb 07, 2022
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Novel Research: Optimized Car-T Design Locally Activates Small-Molecule Cancer Drugs

CAR-T-cell therapy is a type of immunotherapy that fights cancer by using specifically engineered T cells. T cells from a patient's blood are taken and modified to develop specific structures on their...

Candy Swift Feb 06, 2022
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Antibody-Mediated Adcc and Cdc–Taking Rituximab As an Example

In the fight against disease, two types of immune actions have provided an escalating engine for the development of antibody-based pharmaceuticals: antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC...

Candy Swift Feb 06, 2022
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Oncolytic Virus & Bacteria Therapy: a New Era of Cancer Treatment at Dawn

Cancer is the leading cause of death and illness in humans. However, the advancement of life science and technology, as well as the advancement of medical knowledge, has resulted in significant...

Candy Swift Dec 29, 2021
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Bispecific Antibody: Next Big Thing in Oncology Treatment

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the first monoclonal antibody to treat cancer in 1997, ushering in a new age of therapies for patients. Human monoclonal antibody therapies are...

Candy Swift Dec 27, 2021
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Cd33-Targeted Bispecific Antibodies: an Emerging Therapy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is a genetically heterogeneous disease characterized by the clonal expansion of leukemic cells. Despite a better understanding of the biology of AML and the recent...

Candy Swift Dec 01, 2021
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Oncolytic Virotherapy for Tumor Treatment: Challenges and Solutions

Immunotherapy has shown to be a viable treatment option for a variety of cancers in recent decades. Among a variety of immunotherapies, oOncolytic viruses (OVs), which could be designed to proliferate...

Candy Swift Nov 30, 2021
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An Introduction to Act Family: Til, Tcr-T, Car-T, and Car-Nk

With the advancement of science and technology, many medical challenges are gradually being overcome. For hematological malignancies, the most popular treatment is CAR-T (chimeric antigen receptor T...

Candy Swift Nov 30, 2021
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A High-Salt Diet May Induce Effective Tumor Immunity-I

A high-salt diet is defined as consuming more than 6 grams of salt per day. We've always believed that this diet is more dangerous than beneficial, so we strive to eat as little salt as possible on a...

Jerry Carter Nov 04, 2021
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This Gene is Shown to Be Overexpressed in 70% of Cancers! How Far Away is the First Therapy?

MYC mutations are among the most common in human cancers and can not only cause cancer in normal cells but also help cancer cells escape the immune response. MYC protein, on the other hand, is a...

Jerry Carter Nov 04, 2021
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Scientists Discover Gene Therapy Might Be an Option for Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a leading cause of vision impairment and blindness, affecting 76 million patients worldwide. The optic nerve is made of more than a million tiny nerve fibers. It is like an electric cable...

Candy Swift Nov 02, 2021
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