Tag Archives: Cancer Research UK
New Delhi: Cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy could soon benefit from a new AI (artificial intelligence) that is able to identify and predict the development of different combinations of symptoms – helping to alleviate much of the distress caused by their occurrence and severity.
London: The world’s largest database for cancer drug discovery has been updated by adding three-dimensional structures of faulty proteins and maps of cancer’s communication networks, reports a study.
London: An international team has discovered a new way to potentially “fence in” a tumour and help stop cancer cells spreading, according to a study released on Thursday by Cancer Research UK.
London: Giving cancer patients aspirin at the same time as immunotherapy could dramatically boost the effectiveness of the treatment, according to new research published in the journal Cell.
London: Giving patients a drug that blocks part of the immune system from going into overdrive might help prevent cancer coming back in some people, according to research published in the journal Cancer Research.
London: Combining chemotherapy with new drugs that target a protein that helps cancer cells to withstand chemotherapy could drastically improve treatment, according to research published in the journal Cancer Cell.
London: Children with a rare type of cancer called Wilms’ tumour who are at low risk of relapsing can now be given less intensive treatment, avoiding a type of chemotherapy that can cause irreversible heart problems in later life.
London: Tamoxifen and three similar drugs reduce breast cancer incidence by 38 per cent in women at an increased risk of the disease according to a new study led by Queen Mary, University of London, and published in The Lancet.
London: Cancer Research UK scientists have honed techniques originally developed to spot distant galaxies and used them to identify biomarkers that signal a cancer’s aggressiveness among some 2,000 breast tumours, in a study published in the British Journal of Cancer.
London: An independent panel of experts, led by Michael Marmot of the University College London (UCL) Epidemiology and Public Health, has concluded that routine breast cancer screening reduces the risk of dying from breast cancer, but also results in overdiagnosis. The findings are published in a Review in The Lancet.