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Safeguarding skin cancer services with the use of teledermatology

Safeguarding skin cancer services with the use of teledermatology

Dr Amy Poyner, a GP on the Isle of Wight with a special interest (GPwSI) in Surgical Dermatology, highlights how using the Dermicus Teledermatology...
The ABC-Cancer project for colorectal cancer

The ABC-Cancer project: diagnosis and screening for colorectal cancer

Maastricht University Professor Frederik-Jan van Schooten and Assistant Professor Dr Agnieszka Smolinska tell HEQ about the need for non-invasive biomarker testing for colorectal cancer. HEQ...
Key genes could regulate T cells to treat autoimmune diseases and cancer

Key genes could regulate T cells to treat autoimmune diseases and cancer

Researchers have discovered a way to control regulatory T cells that help the human body’s immune response. The researchers at Salk, led by Ye Zheng,...
Improving insomnia in young cancer survivors with telehealth

Improving insomnia in young cancer survivors with telehealth

As telehealth explodes across the globe a new online programme is helping adolescent and child cancer survivors by reducing insomnia. A new, online telehealth programme,...
Potential new treatment for skin cancer with wearable patch development

Potential new treatment for skin cancer with wearable patch development

A skin patch development could pave the way for new skin cancer treatments in the future that would not require chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Scientists have...
Experimental cancer drug is potential treatment for rare Rett syndrome

Experimental cancer drug is potential treatment for rare Rett syndrome

Scientists have investigated the use of an experimental cancer drug for the treatment of the rare Rett syndrome, finding that it extended life in...
Could telehealth help to treat symptoms of cancer?

Could telehealth help to treat symptoms of cancer?

New research has suggested that telehealth could help patients receive the care they need and successfully treat symptoms of cancer. In light of the COVID-19...
Tumour-tropic liposome technology could pave way for cancer treatments

Tumour-tropic liposome technology could pave way for cancer treatments

A collaboration between Toshiba and Shinshu University has resulted in the development of a ‘tumour-tropic liposome technology’ for gene therapy that could pave the...
Discover how AI is helping us understand cancer risk in the lungs

Discover how AI is helping us understand cancer risk in the lungs

Deep learning Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms could be utilised as an unbiased assessment tool to help clinicians with assessing risk of lung cancer. A new...
Brain cancer patients could avoid biopsies thanks to Artificial Intelligence

Brain cancer patients could avoid biopsies thanks to Artificial Intelligence

In the future brain cancer patients may no longer need to undergo biopsies thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI). Brain cancer patients may be able to...
Pre-clinical study finds sponge molecule exhibits anti-cancer properties

Pre-clinical study finds sponge molecule exhibits anti-cancer properties

A new, pre-clinical study has unveiled that a sea sponge molecule exhibits anti-cancer properties, helping help to stop the growth of cervical cancer cells. A...
Revolutionising cancer biopsies with crumpled graphene biosensors

Revolutionising cancer biopsies with crumpled graphene biosensors

Graphene-based biosensors could usher in an era of cancer liquid biopsies after a new study has shown that crumpled graphene is highly sensitive to...

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