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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,...
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...
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...
Implications of COVID-19 on digestive health

Implications of COVID-19 on digestive health

Professor Markus Peck, Chair of the United European Gastroenterology Public Affairs Committee, discusses recommendations and calls to EU institutions, governments and interest groups across...
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...
New microneedle vaccine could expand global immunisation capabilities

New microneedle vaccine could expand global immunisation capabilities

A new microneedle vaccine delivery system has been developed that has the potential to improve cellular immune responses in patients and expand global immunisation...
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...
Rare diseases: better data framework needed to improve diagnostic rates

Rare diseases: better data framework needed to improve diagnostic rates

A new study has found that a better data framework is needed to improve diagnostic rates of rare diseases. A new study has found that...
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...
New findings show hereditary defect causes certain brain tumours

New findings show hereditary defect causes certain brain tumours

Certain dangerous brain tumours – called medulloblastoma – that affect children are caused by a hereditary genetic defect. According to new research published in the...
New AI tool helps medical professionals with diagnosing skin conditions

New AI tool helps medical professionals with diagnosing skin conditions

A new Artificial Intelligence tool has been developed that can help medical professionals with diagnosing skin conditions. A new deep learning-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm...
CBD: improving the odds of bone marrow transplant patients against GvHD

Kalytera Therapeutics: improving bone marrow transplants with CBD

Dr Sari Prutchi Sagiv, CSO at Kalytera Therapeutics Inc., showcases the potential of CBD to revolutionise treatment of Graft versus Host Disease. The development of...

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