Cancer

Ron Rivera's Battle With Cancer Became A Family Affair

It's been a team effort for the Rivera family, navigating life after Ron was diagnosed in August with squamous-cell cancer detected in a lymph node.
Related topics: Oncology, Lymph Nodes

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Study Reassures On Ms Patients' Breast, Colorectal Cancer Risk

(MedPage Today) -- Incidence of breast and colorectal cancers was similar between people with and without multiple sclerosis (MS), but MS patients had a higher incidence of other cancers, including bladder cancer, according to a population-based...
Related topics: Medical Research, Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Oncology, Multiple Sclerosis

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First Large-scale, Multicenter Proteogenomic Analysis Offers New Insights Into Pediatric Brain...

A comprehensive "proteogenomic" analysis of the proteins, genes, and RNA transcription involved in pediatric brain tumors has yielded a more complete understanding of these tumors, which are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children....
Related topics: Brain Tumors, Proteins, Genetics, Oncology

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Triple Fit Beats Single Sigmoidoscopy In Crc Screening In Norway

(MedPage Today) -- Detection rates for advanced adenomas and colorectal cancer (CRC) were superior with three cumulative rounds of biennial fecal immunochemical testing (FIT) versus once-only sigmoidoscopy, baseline results from a randomized,...
Related topics: Colon Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Oncology

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Understanding The Utility Of Plasmas For Medical Applications

Plasma medicine is an emerging field, as plasmas show promise for use in a wide range of therapies from wound healing to cancer treatment, and plasma jets are the main plasma sources typically used in plasma-surface applications. To better...
Related topics: Oncology

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Channeling The Immune System For Head And Neck Cancer

Researchers have discovered new clues into why some people with head and neck cancer respond to immunotherapy, while others don't.
Related topics: Oncology, Medical Research

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When Covid Strikes Cancer Patients, Men Fare Worse

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 25, 2020 -- Men with COVID-19 and cancer run a greater risk for severe symptoms and death than women with both conditions, a new study finds. Researchers concluded that male cancer patients are 60% more likely to have severe...
Related topics: Oncology, Medical Research

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Crispr Treatment For Cancer

CRISPR-Cas9 combined with a new delivery system shows promise in treating some of the most deadly cancers. The post CRISPR Treatment for Cancer first appeared on Science-Based Medicine.
Related topics: Oncology

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The Netherlands Is Transforming Old Ashtrays Into Bike Charging Stations

In the Netherlands, lung cancer gives way for cardio-friendly commutes. There are few less appealing items in the universe than the ashtray. It’s literally a container for soot, carcinogens, and the occasional whiff of menthol. But in train...
Related topics: Lung Cancer, Oncology

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How An Infectious Tumor In Tasmanian Devils Evolved As It Spread

A transmissible cancer in the Tasmanian devil has evolved over the past two decades, with some lineages spreading and replacing others, according to a new study in the open access journal PLOS Biology by Young Mi Kwon, Kevin Gori, and Elizabeth...
Related topics: Oncology, Medical Research

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A Real Life "superman" Celebrates 5 Years Of Survival From One Of The Deadliest Cancers

Story of a man who celebrated his five-year survival with GBM. He received 5-ALA prior to surgery, which helps the surgeon see more of the tumor for removal, and he was in a Phase 1 clinical trial.
Related topics: Oncology, Clinical Trials

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Cleveland Clinic First In The World To Use Latest Ablation Technology To Destroy Large Liver Tumors

Cleveland Clinic is the first hospital in the world to use a recently FDA-approved ablation technology that can destroy large liver tumors. The minimally invasive procedure uses a single needle connected to a powerful 150-watt microwave generator...
Related topics: Liver Cancer, Food And Drug Administration

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Understanding The Utility Of Plasmas For Medical Applications

Plasma medicine is an emerging field, as plasmas show promise for use in a wide range of therapies from wound healing to cancer treatment, and plasma jets are the main plasma sources typically used in plasma-surface applications. To better...
Related topics: Oncology

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Exploring The Role Of Tumor Suppressor Enhancers In The Development Of T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic...

Researchers from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey identified a novel enhancer that interacts with a tumor suppressor gene and explored its involvement in normal T-cell development as well as in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (T-ALL).
Related topics: Leukemia, Medical Research, Oncology, Genetics

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Stephen Baylin Named Fellow Of The American Association For The Advancement Of Science

Stephen Baylin, M.D., the Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Professor for Cancer Research, professor of oncology and medicine, and co-director of the Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics Program at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, has been elected by his...
Related topics: Oncology, Medical Research, Genetics

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Exploring The Role Of Tumor Suppressor Enhancers In The Development Of T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic...

Researchers from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey identified a novel enhancer that interacts with a tumor suppressor gene and explored its involvement in normal T-cell development as well as in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (T-ALL).
Related topics: Leukemia, Medical Research, Oncology, Genetics

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Coronavirus Reports – Part 7: “i’m More Concerned About The Second Wave”

Sarah: “Before COVID-19 I would have heard something by now” Sarah, aged 37, was diagnosed with bowel cancer that’s spread to nearby lymph nodes (stage 3) in 2018. She had surgery and 6 months of chemotherapy. Sarah. Since that initial...
Related topics: Oncology, Lymph Nodes, Chemotherapy

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Giving Thanks For My Imperiled Nurse

One of the people I credit with extending my life as a cancer patient is now struggling with her own diagnosis of advanced lung cancer.
Related topics: Nursing, Lung Cancer, Oncology

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Georgia: Fighting The Stigma Of Cancer

Regional centre aims to improve historically low rates of detection. When 46-year old Darejan Berishvili made a routine visit to the newly-opened cancer screening centre in her home town of Zugdidi, she expected to receive a clean bill of...
Related topics: Oncology

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Israeli Researchers Use Gene Editing To Destroy Cancer Cells In Mice - Study

CRISPR/Cas9, or clustered regularly interspaced palindromic repeats, is a technique that involves identifying the location of mutations in genes and then using Cas9, a gene-editing enzyme, to cut and remove unwanted portions of DNA along a gene...
Related topics: Medical Research, Genetics, Oncology, Enzymes, DNA

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