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DNA Sequencing Holds Some Promise For Treating Tumors : Shots ... - NPR



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DNA Sequencing Holds Some Promise For Treating Tumors : Shots ... 
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People diagnosed with cancer understandably reach for the very best that medical science has to offer. That motivation is increasingly driving people to ask to have the DNA of their tumors sequenced. And while that's useful for some malignancies, the ...

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An approach to fighting cancer involves ? 3D printing extra tumors? - Digital Trends



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An approach to fighting cancer involves ? 3D printing extra tumors? 
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Right now, the technology is still in its experimental stages and not yet ready to be rolled out to the general public. ?At the moment, cells [and] tissue samples from real cancer tumors are being used to experiment,? Gatenholm said. ?In the near ...

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How gold nanoparticles may make killing tumors easier - Ars Technica



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How gold nanoparticles may make killing tumors easier 
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The development of a blood supply opens up new imaging and treatment options, though. Cancer tumors are not well-organized tissues compared to healthy tissue like muscle or kidney tissue. So there are lots of nooks and crannies in a tumor that can trap ...

 


How dietary fat helps prostate cancer to spread - Medical News Today



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How dietary fat helps prostate cancer to spread 
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New research demonstrates how the fat contained within the Western diet, in combination with genetic factors, can cause prostate cancer tumors to spread. junk food. Research points to the high-fat Western diet as the main environmental culprit behind ...
Flipping the switch: Dietary fat, changes in fat metabolism may promote prostate cancer metastasis Science Daily

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Could this experimental 'recipe' fight colon cancer? - Medical News Today



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Could this experimental 'recipe' fight colon cancer? 
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When tested on mice with colon cancer tumors, the experimental mix was seen to decrease the number of tumors by 75 percent. The researchers also note that the remaining tumors had diminished in size ? they were three times smaller than those detected ...
Broccoli yogurt could treat and prevent bowel cancer. - Brinkwire Brinkwire (press release)

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Could targeting the body clock stall brain cancer? - Medical News Today



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Could targeting the body clock stall brain cancer? 
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Researchers explore a potential new cancer treatment: an experimental drug that interacts with the body clock, stalling the growth of cancer cells.

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Can ?RoboSperm? Really Be Used to Fight Cervical ... - Futurism - Futurism



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Can ?RoboSperm? Really Be Used to Fight Cervical ... - Futurism 
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Researchers used chem-soaked bull sperm wearing iron "hats" to target treatment directly to cervical cancer tumor cells in a petri dish.

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Sweden's hottest biotech startup is now 3D printing tumors to help cure cancer - Business Insider Nordic



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Sweden's hottest biotech startup is now 3D printing tumors to help cure cancer 
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In a deal announced on Monday, Cellink will join forces with CTI Biotech; a French medtech company that specializes in producing cancer tissues in order to find effective treatments. Cellink will essentially help CTI to produce replicas of cancer ...

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Mismatch repair-deficient colorectal tumors no more common among Latinos - Healio



Mismatch repair-deficient colorectal tumors no more common among Latinos 
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Between 10% and 15% of colorectal cancer tumors are associated with microsatellite instability. In addition, genomic instability is often caused by a loss of DNA mismatch repair activity. Charité Ricker, MS, genetic counselor at University of Southern ...

 


Breast Cancer Chemotherapy Response Linked to Homologous Recombination Deficiency Score - GenomeWeb



Breast Cancer Chemotherapy Response Linked to Homologous Recombination Deficiency Score 
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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) ? Breast cancer tumors containing mutational signatures resembling those found in individuals with risky versions of the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes appear to be more likely to respond to platinum-based chemotherapy, according to new ...