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October 5, 2021

Newly Approved Prostate Cancer Scan Can Detect Cells that Have Spread to Lymph Nodes

October 5, 2021

How our unique brain takes shape during mid-pregnancy

October 4, 2021

Estée Lauder supports innovative breast cancer research at Garvan

October 4, 2021

Most cases of never-smokers’ lung cancer treatable with mutation-targeting drugs

October 4, 2021

‘Fight or flight’ – unless internal clocks are disrupted, study in mice shows

October 4, 2021

Aerobic exercise after a sport-related concussion speeds recovery in adolescent athletes

October 3, 2021

Higher rates of mutation alone are not to blame for age related disease

October 1, 2021

New nanoparticle developed for intravenous cancer immunotherapy

October 1, 2021

Study: Cancer centers provide superior end-of-life care to dual-eligible cancer patients

October 1, 2021

Black Women Face Three-Fold Increased Risk of Triple Negative Breast Cancers

October 1, 2021

A two-pronged approach to keep rheumatoid arthritis in check

October 1, 2021

New nano particles suppress resistance to cancer immunotherapy

October 1, 2021

Looking Beyond DNA to See Cancer with New Clarity

October 1, 2021

Scientists Find Toxic Buildup in Eyes of Patients with Blinding Macular Degeneration

October 1, 2021

Scientific Team, Including YSPH Researcher, Warn Against Use of Acetaminophen by Pregnant Women

September 30, 2021

NANOG Expression versus Cellular Senescence

Are there many strategies that can reverse cellular senescence? There are certainly strategies that can lower levels of cellular senescence over time, both in cell cultures and in living animals, but very few are actually reprogramming senescent cells into normal cells. It isn't clear that this reversal of the senescent […]
September 30, 2021

Study identifies new risk factor for most common childhood cancer, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), a cancer involving white blood cells known as lymphocytes, is the most common childhood cancer, representing 25% of all cancer diagnoses. It’s also one of the leading causes of childhood cancer deaths. While cure rates have improved thanks to chemotherapy, the cancer treatments are toxic. Survivors […]
September 30, 2021

New study shows that different types of cancers are likely to spread to specific areas of the brain

Brain metastasis occurs when cancer in one part of the body spreads to the brain. The lifetime incidence of such metastatic brain tumors in cancer patients is between 20%-45%, research shows. A new study from USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of Keck Medicine of USC, suggests that the region cancer spreads to in […]
September 30, 2021

Skeletal Muscle Grown in a Dish Offers New Insight for Neuromuscular Diseases

In the fight against diseases like ALS, USC Viterbi biomedical engineering researchers have created a powerful lab model to better see how our muscles and neurons connect. Neuromuscular diseases are debilitating and mostly incurable, affecting 160 out of every 100,000 people worldwide. Disorders such as ALS and multiple sclerosis impact […]
September 30, 2021

New Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Opioids May Cure that "Bad Gut Feeling"

September 30, 2021

Tissue-engineered prostate tumours shed light on cancer spread

QUT-led research on the interaction between prostate cancer cells and the tumour microenvironment has shed more light on the propensity of some types of prostate cancer to metastasize to bone more readily than other types. Microenvironment surrounding primary prostate cancer tumour driver of growth and spread Study compared microenvironment influence […]
September 30, 2021

Pancreatic cancer ‘priming’ may make chemotherapy more effective

September 30, 2021

Further evidence that vitamin D might protect against severe COVID-19 disease and death

New research from Trinity College and University of Edinburgh has examined the association between vitamin D and COVID-19, and found that ambient ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation (which is key for vitamin D production in the skin) at an individual’s place of residence in the weeks before COVID-19 infection, was strongly […]
September 30, 2021

Staying on long-term antidepressants reduces risk of relapse

September 30, 2021

Children who Eat More Fruit and Veg have Better Mental Health

Children who eat a better diet, packed with fruit and vegetables, have better mental wellbeing – according to new research from the University of East Anglia Health and Social Care Partners. A new study published is the first to investigate the association between fruit and vegetable intakes, breakfast and lunch […]
September 30, 2021

AI improves precision in breast cancer diagnosis

September 30, 2021

Could Vitamin A Bring Back your Sense of Smell after COVID?

Researchers at the University of East Anglia and James Paget University Hospital are launching a new project to see whether Vitamin A could help people regain their sense of smell after viral infections including Covid-19. Smell loss is a common symptom of Covid-19, but even before Covid, many viruses had […]
September 30, 2021

CWRU researchers to expand investigation into genetics of age-related macular degeneration

September 30, 2021

A T-Cell Power-up for Tumor Treatments

USC Viterbi Ph.D. student researchers have found a new way to enhance the cancer-killing properties of CAR T-cell therapies, to make them more effective in fighting tumors. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. But in recent years, a revolutionary therapy has brought new hope […]
September 30, 2021

Glioma subtype may hold the secret to the success of immunotherapies