A 3D hydrogel biochip, a new way of detecting Colorectal Cancer in the early stages, has been discovered by the scientists at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Cancer patients who are married are more likely to survive the fatal disease because of the spouse's support.
Scientists have created a new technique that uses the empty shell of a Hepatitis E virus to carry drugs and vaccines in the body. This method can be used to treat cancer.
Researchers have created a new particle that can track chemotherapy drugs, which allows doctors to tell how fast and how effective a treatment can locate and kill cancer
Researchers have created the world's first 3-D image of a protein that spreads cancer. The structural image of the enzyme will enable researchers to better under and develop potential anticancer drugs and treatments.
Michael Hemann seeks better ways to deploy chemotherapy drugs and overcome tumor resistance.
Prostate cancer affects one out of six American men each year, making it the most common form of malignancy among men in the United States. Further research is essential to treating the cancer at certain stages.
Radical new treatments for cancer could be available in hospitals in 2014, while quantum computing could allow scientists to model chemical reactions at the atomic level for the first time – these are some of the predictions made by researchers in Horizon’s poll of major developments this year. ...
Cancer treatments could change radically over the next decade, thanks to technology that can monitor cancer cell mutations in real time.
Medical researchers are using genetic engineering to revolutionise the treatment of cancer.
Scientists from ETH Zurich have developed a new substance that enables certain tumour types to be rendered visible in high resolution using positron emission tomography. The so-called tracer has successfully been tested in mice. Now the researchers are planning clinical trials in humans.