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What do you know about the ‘Game changing’ leukaemia treatment test?

What do you know about the ‘game changing’ leukaemia treatment test?

Published in Leukemia, discover the leukaemia treatment test that could guide doctors’ decisions on drug administration. Developed by a researcher at Brighton and Sussex Medical...
Liquid biopsies: detecting cancerous DNA in the blood of lung cancer patients

Liquid biopsies: detecting cancerous DNA in the blood of lung cancer patients

Published in the Annals of Oncology, using the blood of lung cancer patients, researchers have detected cancerous DNA, could this be an advancement in...
Beating Childhood Cancer: minimising deaths and late effects

Beating Childhood Cancer: minimising deaths and late effects

SIOP Europe and CCI Europe have the ambitious goal of beating childhood cancer, with the aim of curing more and curing better – towards...
Have researchers found a new approach to treating aggressive cancer?

Have researchers found a new approach to treating aggressive cancer?

Researchers at MD Anderson, USA, discovered some forms of aggressive cancer may respond to a combination of immunotherapy and DNA damage repair inhibitors. According to...
The benefits of mapping oesophageal tumours

The benefits of mapping oesophageal tumours

Researchers at Osaka University find that mapping oesophageal tumours that remain after chemotherapy can predict long-term prognosis and direct personalised treatment plans. Many newly-diagnosed cancer...
Uterine sarcoma – tackling the rare aggressive cancer

Uterine sarcoma – tackling the rare aggressive cancer

Published in Clinical Cancer Research, new insights into uterine sarcoma, a rare type of aggressive cancer, opens up novel avenues of study. Revealed by Karolinska...
COMPASS project set to lead new therapies for children with cancer

COMPASS project set to lead new therapies for children with cancer

The COMPASS project, guided by KiTZ, are combining molecular & microscopy-based techniques, identifying new treatment approaches for children with cancer. The Hopp Children's Cancer Center...
CAR T cell therapy - axicabtagene ciloleucel ready for treatment

CAR T cell therapy – axicabtagene ciloleucel ready for treatment

The CAR T cell therapy, axicabtagene ciloleucel received European Marketing Authorisation for the treatment of adult patients suffering with lymphoma. Kite, a Gilead Company, announced...
Radiation therapy: the future of battling cancer

Radiation therapy: the future of battling cancer

New accelerator-based technology developed with aim of reducing side effects of cancer radiation therapy by shrinking its duration from minutes to under a second. Developed...

A mobile decision facilitator for oncology treatment

Christophe Vergne and Jean-Alexandre Kaminisky had known each other for a decade, working as competitors for many years, but they thought it was time...
Nanobots in medicine: the key to fighting chronic diseases with nanomedicine

Nanobots in medicine: the key to fighting chronic diseases with nanomedicine

The emerging technology of nanobots in medicine offers better chances of exploiting nanomedicine to fight chronic diseases such as cancer. Nanomedicine is a domain of...
Expectations vs reality: Norgine data highlights importance of bowel preparation for colonoscopy

Expectations vs reality: Norgine data highlights importance of bowel preparation for colonoscopy

New findings demonstrate that the clinical reality of the liquid volume required for bowel preparation for colonoscopy is greatly underestimated. At United European Gastroenterology (UEG)...

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