By Admin at 10 May 2017
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By Admin at 28 Apr 2016
A new implantable device, developed by researchers from MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital, may allow for more targeted pancreatic-cancer treatment that is up to 12 times more effective than delivering chemotherapy drugs via intravenous injection.
By Admin at 19 Apr 2016
Improvements in cancer treatments and follow-up care have reduced deaths from late effects of cancer treatment—and childhood cancer survivors are now living longer, healthier lives.
By Admin at 18 Apr 2016
Toxins in wasp venom could be used to create an entirely new class of anti-cancer drugs. The wasp, Polybia paulista, wards off predators by injecting them with venom rich in Polybia-MP1 (MP1), a toxin with known anti-cancer properties.
By Admin at 13 Apr 2016
Patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), non-Hodgkin lymphoma and chronic lymphocytic leukemia are taking part in the trial and received an experimental “living” immunotherapy. The results have so far been “extraordinary,” according to the researchers, including among some patients that were initially given only months to live.
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