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Researchers are now developing a new method of killing cancer more effectively.

Cancer breakthrough: Novel approach can 'starve' tumors to death

Researchers are now developing a new method of killing cancer more effectively. Their strategy "starves" tumors, depriving them of the main nutrient they require to grow and spread.


Cervical Cancer Awareness

There are over 13,000 women diagnosed with cervical cancer each year in the United States alone. In fact, even with early detection, it is estimated that there will be 13,240 new cases of invasive cervical cancer detected in 2018. In the past, cervical cancer was a leading cause of death for American women, however, it can now be prevented with the use of the Pap Smear and the HPV vaccination. Cervical cancer generally occurs in middle aged women, but it can still present itself in younger or older women who have not been screened regularly. 

A New $500 Blood Test Could Detect Cancer Before Symptoms Develop

An international team of researchers have developed a new test that screens for multiple types of cancer using only a blood sample.


Remote-controlled cancer immunotherapy system

A team of researchers has developed an ultrasound-based system that can non-invasively and remotely control genetic processes in live immune T cells so that they recognize and kill cancer cells.

We will treat cancer by making it 'slim down'

For years, attempts have been made to understand the mechanism behind the proliferation of cancer cells:  they need metabolites to grow and proliferate as much as a vehicle needs gasoline or electricity to move.  However, until now it was not known which metabolites cancer cells actually need. Medical researchers have now identified one of the mechanisms behind this process.


Molecular Analysis Offers Treatment Hints for Rare Nasal Cavity Cancer

Researchers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the US, and Qatar tracked down potential protein markers for treatment response or resistance in olfactory neuroblastoma during a multi-omics analysis of the rare nasal cancer.


FDA OKs 1st drug aimed at women with inherited breast cancer

Medicine is not a cure but offers means to delay progress of inherited disease


Could this experimental 'recipe' fight colon cancer?

Researchers are experimenting with engineered probiotics and cruciferous vegetables in an effort to pave the way to a more effective weapon against colorectal cancer.


Night Shifts May Raise Women's Odds for Cancer

Women who pull the night shift regularly might be at greater risk for a number of cancers, new research suggests.

New machine may reduce surgery for some breast cancer patients

Dr. William F. Regine is chair of radiation oncology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He and Cedric Yu, a clinical professor of radiation oncology at the university, created the GammaPod machine, which delivers strong doses of radiation more precisely to tumors. 

Drinking alcohol can cause cancer by damaging DNA, finds study

Alcohol can cause cancer by permanently damaging stem cell DNA, a new study has found.


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