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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...
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...
European awards programme offers funding to accelerate cancer research

European awards programme offers funding to accelerate cancer research

A European partnership between Cancer Research UK, Fondazione AIRC and Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC) is offering funding to successful applicants in a...
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...
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Uncovering bias and stereotyping when recruiting patients for clinical trials

Researchers have discovered that there is bias and stereotyping among professionals who recruit patients for cancer clinical trials. The research published in the journal CANCER,...
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...
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Having more than ten sexual partners could increase the risk of cancer

According to research published in BMJ Journal of Sexual & Reproductive Health people who have a history of more than 10 sexual partners is...

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