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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,...
New breast cancer screening could revolutionise diagnosis

New breast cancer screening could revolutionise diagnosis

Invasive biopsies may become a thing of the past thanks to a new breakthrough in breast cancer screening. Harnessing photonics, European scientists have created a...
Research to look at cannabis landraces for treating gastrointestinal cancers

Research to look at cannabis landraces for treating gastrointestinal cancers

A new research partnership has been set up to look at the efficacy of cannabis landraces for gastrointestinal cancers to help inform cannabinoid profile...
Pairing CRISPR with DNA sequencing could help guide cancer treatment

Pairing CRISPR with DNA sequencing could help guide cancer treatment

In search of new ways to sequence human genomes and read critical alterations in DNA, researchers have successfully used the gene cutting tool CRISPR...
doctor reviewing patient with a melanoma

Uncovering new research for melanoma detection and treatment

A new study from the Edith Cowan University, reveals that there could be a new way to spot melanoma cells circulating in the blood The...
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World Cancer Day 2020: five initiatives to stay optimistic about the future of cancer

This World Cancer Day, EIT Health is showcasing five groundbreaking initiatives to help you stay optimistic and help to beat cancer. World Cancer Day aims...
Black Swan: rare Jamaican cannabis strain could treat pancreatic cancer

Black Swan: rare Jamaican cannabis strain could treat pancreatic cancer

In 2019 a flavonoid of cannabis – Caflanone (FBL-03G) – was granted Orphan drug status by the United States Food and Drug Administration. Now,...
CT scan radiation associated with increased risk for cancer

CT scan radiation associated with increased risk for cancer

A new study has shown that people who have thyroid cancer and leukaemia are more likely to have received a CT scan. A new study...
Researchers are one step closer to cancer precision medicine

Researchers are one step closer to cancer precision medicine

A new, computational model has brought us one step closer to precision medicine for cancer. Researchers from the Faculty of Medicine and the Institute for...
Clinical trial initiated for smart technology lymphoma cancer diagnosis

Clinical trial initiated for smart technology lymphoma cancer diagnosis

Clinical trials are being initiated for the use of a ground-breaking smart needle that could revolutionise the way we diagnose some types of cancer. A...
Clinical trials anticipated for treating pancreatic cancer with cannabis

Clinical trials anticipated for treating pancreatic cancer with cannabis

A flavonoid of cannabis – FBL-03G – has been granted Orphan drug status by the United States Food and Drug Administration. It is anticipated this...
Structure of a novel enzyme linked to cell growth and cancer cracked

Structure of a novel enzyme linked to cell growth and cancer cracked

A new UC Riverside-led study could lead to the development of drugs that target liver and other cancers. RNA, or ribonucleic acid, is present in...
Improving cancer survival: UK to lead next-gen radiotherapy research

Improving cancer survival: UK to lead next-gen radiotherapy research

A new £56m (~€65.36m) research network is set to transform the UK into a global hub for radiotherapy research – aiming to improve cancer...
Could we attack metastatic breast cancer with sound?

Could we attack metastatic breast cancer with sound?

Researchers at Tohoku University believe their technique of using sound waves has the potential to be developed in treating metastatic breast cancer. Drugs can be...
Did you know that circulating tumour cells can target distant organs?

Did you know that circulating tumour cells can target distant organs?

Most cancers kill because tumour cells spread beyond the primary site to invade other organs. Now, a USC study found that circulating tumour cells...

Tacalyx raises €7m to generate anti-TACA antibodies for cancer treatment

Tacalyx, a biotech company focussed on the discovery and development of novel anti-TACA cancer treatment, has secured €7 million in seed funding. The funding round involves...
Cancer hair loss breakthrough

New breakthrough in cancer hair loss treatment discovered

In a breakthrough new discovery, scientists have found a way to protect the hair follicle from chemotherapy which will help to prevent hair loss...

Breast cancer can form ‘sleeper cells’ after treatment

The study of human breast cancer cells has revealed that some breast cancer medicines may create 'sleeper cells' – allowing them to potentially come...

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