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AI system matches professional expertise in prostate cancer diagnosis 

Lancet Oncology published results of a study that demonstrates the accuracy of an AI system that diagnoses prostate cancer in tissue samples. The study, which...
Bone marrow in 3D: new insights into stem cell microenvironment

Bone marrow in 3D: new insights into stem cell microenvironment

A new study has revealed insights into the stem cell microenvironment through 3D imaging technology. Researchers from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and the...
Can a maths equation help us to predict and detect liver cancer?

Can a maths equation help us to predict and detect liver cancer?

UC San Diego researchers have used a mathematical model to help predict and detect liver cancer. By combining RNA sequencing, bioinformatics and mathematical modelling, researchers...
Mitochondria are the 'canary in the coal mine' for cellular stress

Mitochondria are the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for cellular stress

Mitochondria, tiny structures present in most cells, are known for their energy-generating machinery. Now, researchers have discovered a new function of mitochondria: they set off...
Want to hear the latest developments regarding Tetra’s hepatocellular carcinoma drug?

Want to hear the latest developments regarding Tetra’s hepatocellular carcinoma drug?

Responsible for 80% of primary malignant liver tumours in adults, hepatocellular carcinoma is a common form of liver cancer – but did you know...
Measuring stressed cells to understand the development of disease

Measuring stressed cells to understand the development of disease

When cells are stressed, they initiate a complex and precisely regulated response to prevent permanent damage. Researchers from Goethe University have developed a new protoeomics...
Electrospun fibre: a revolutionary new treatment for brain tumours

Electrospun fibre: a revolutionary new treatment for brain tumours

A revolutionary new treatment can provide effective treatment for brain tumours without exposing patients to the toxic effects of chemotherapy. University of Cincinnati professor Andrew...
Europe: beating cancer together with patients, survivors and carers

Europe: beating cancer together with patients, survivors and carers

The European Cancer Patient Coalition has welcomed the new European Commissioner designate for Health’s commitment to lead the way in strengthening the health sector. Ursula...
DRS imaging technique can characterise healthy and non-healthy tissue

DRS imaging technique can characterise healthy and non-healthy tissue

Research cites 92 studies that assert intra-surgery feasibility of diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. The results of the review, in which diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (DRS imaging technique)...
First steps towards a vaccine for pancreatic cancer achieved

First steps towards a vaccine for pancreatic cancer achieved

Researchers have developed a personalised vaccine system that could delay the onset of pancreatic cancer. The study, conducted by researchers from Queen Mary University of...
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...

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