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Why immunotherapy is not effective for some patients with metastatic cancer...

The study, led by Jennifer Wargo, M.D., professor in the Surgical Oncology and Genomic Medicine, found that some B cells with unique characteristics predicted...

Parasitic worms means cancer — and could assistance heal it

What may surprise many is that worms also cause the majority of cases of some cancers in these countries. Published in Frontiers in Medicine as...

Tissue engineering: Hydrogel for extended dungeon encapsulation and delivery

There are currently two types of hydrogels, solid and liquid; however, both forms of the hydrogels have mutually exclusive characteristics which limit their usage....

Understanding gene interactions binds pivotal to personalized medicine

Sixteen years on, tens of thousands of people have had their genomes sequenced yet it remains a major challenge to infer future health from...

New diagnosis of strident myeloid leukemia achieves conspicuous formula in a...

Every year almost 1000 Australians die of the disease and clinical trials into new therapies for older patients have largely failed. A new Australian drug...

Breast cancer might be likelier to widespread to bone with night...

"To date, no one has reported that exposure to dim light at night induces circadian disruption, which then increases the formation of bone metastatic...

Immunotherapy of precancerous skin lesions might forestall squamous dungeon carcinoma

"This finding provides the first clinical proof-of-concept that an immunotherapy directed against premalignant tumors can prevent cancer," says Shawn Demehri, MD, PhD, of the...

Squishing blood branch cells could promote collect for transplants

Temporary squishiness could help drive blood-forming stem cells out of the bone marrow and into the blood, but the cells need to be stiff...

Mailing colorectal cancer screening pack found effective, regardless of financial incentive

The researchers found that roughly 24 percent of patients mailed back completed kits within two months of receiving them, and 29 percent did so...

A protein’s startling purpose offers clues to extent graft-vs.-host disease

In a surprising finding, researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center showed the protein NLRP6 aggravated the difficult symptoms of gastrointestinal graft-vs.-host...
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