Cancer

Developed – a new approach to treating ovarian cancer

May 9, 2018 | | Say something

Researchers have developed a new approach to override the defense mechanism cancer ovary cells, making it easier to remove permanently. Researchers at Oregon State University photodynamic therapy is used to fight ovarian cancer in laboratory animals using a combination of techniques that achieved complete elimination of cancer cells without re-growth of tumors. ‘ Cancer cells […more]

Develop training tool “smart” to treat prostate cancer

Mar 20, 2018 | | Say something

Develop training tool “smart” to treat prostate cancer ; the intelligent training creates 3-D thermal imaging of tumors in patients in a variety of scenarios. This allows participants to see first hand the effects of the tissues are freezing. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University Mechanical Engineering Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new approach […more]

Cancer can lead to fertility problems in younger patients

Feb 11, 2018 | | Say something

A new study shows the lack of knowledge about fertility preservation options cancer among young patients. Factors such as gender, education, and the impact of insurance status if patients and their physicians have discussions and take action to preserve fertility during cancer treatment. The study involved 459 adolescents and young adults who were diagnosed with […more]

Cancer detection just got cheaper and easier with the “paper machine ‘

Jan 19, 2018 | | Say something

Scientists have developed a low cost ‘paper machine’ notebook for detecting focus of infectious diseases, genetic diseases and cancer . the use of materials that cost less than a total of $ 2, George Whitesides of Harvard University and colleagues condensed sample preparation, DNA analysis and detection steps in a paper machine hand. the prototype […more]

Mediterranean diet has additional benefits for women

Jan 12, 2018 | | Say something

Summer is the best time to test the Mediterranean diet, not only for weight loss, but now for risk reduction uterine cancer also. strictly adherence to the Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of uterine cancer in women more than a half. In a study involving more than 5,000 women, researchers from Italy IRCCS-Istituto di […more]

500 children with cancer and their families preparing to go to Rashrapati Bhavan

Oct 23, 2017 | | Say something

February 15 is the Day International Children cancer New Delhi, Feb 14: ‘What is Rashtrapati Bhavan,’ asks Dharmesh, a cancer patient blood. Although Mehroz, his teacher, is about to explain, at eight years old, another question is triggered. ‘Who lives there? It will help fix my cancer, “he asks, furiously coloring her” I deserve a […more]

Bariatric or weight loss surgery reduces the risk of cancer in obese: study

Oct 5, 2017 | | Say something

Bariatric or weight loss surgery reduces the risk of cancer in obese: study ; Investigators have said that weight loss surgery can also help reduce the risk of cancer almost similar to those of normal weight rates. With bariatric surgery, a stomach of a patient is reduced to a small pouch. This bag is attached […more]

Existing cancer drug found effective against drug resistant leukemia

Jul 5, 2017 | | Say something

A study has identified a previously unrecognized action axitinib Pfizer as a potent inhibitor of the dominant mutation that confers resistance to medicines for all well tolerated in patients with certain types of leukemia treatments. Researchers at the Institute of Molecular Medicine Finland studied the cancer cells of patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and myeloid […more]

Latest Cancer Research: Snail venom can keep those cures for cancer, nicotine addiction

Jun 1, 2017 | | Say something

Washington, Jan 15: snail venom Cone can lead to medical treatments for some types of cancer and nicotine addiction, a new study has found. Cone snails are marine mollusks like snails, octopus and squid, but they capture their prey using poison. The venom of these sea creatures provides clues for detection and possible treatment of […more]