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Potential cancer vaccine shows promise in animal trials

Investigators from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) have announced an experimental therapeutic cancer vaccine.
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Cancer research: A Canadian healthcare perspective

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), a Canadian healthcare research investment agency, collaborates with partners to innovate health improvements.
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Rethinking cancer as a molecular and cellular ecosystem

Sean Lawler, Associate Professor at Brown University pursues an understanding of cancer through the lens of the molecular and cellular ecosystem and natural selection.

How AI can help treat diseases such as cancer and stroke

Tim Wooller, Principal – Industrial Design, Sector Lead Healthcare, PDD, explores how AI can help treat diseases such as cancer and stroke.
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Precision radiotherapy: Our most effective cancer treatment

David Bloomfield, Consultant in Clinical Oncology Sussex Cancer Centre, argues that precision radiotherapy is our most effective cancer treatment and should be available to everyone with cancer, but workforce planning is failing our patients.

Launching a real-time AI solution for early throat cancer detection

Marius Wellenstein, COO and co-Founder of WSK Medical, explains the successful launch and implementation of Zeno AI, a real-time AI solution for early throat cancer detection.
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Preventable asbestos cancer – mesothelioma

Asbestos in over 300,000 public sector buildings continues to put lives at risk. Recommendations to the government for its removal over the next 40 years have been ignored, says Liz Darlison of Mesothelioma UK and Helen Childs, Partner at RWK Goodman.
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What hidden carcinogenic chemicals are pregnant women exposed to?

Common ingredients used in dyes, pigments and plastics can contain carcinogenic chemicals which could potentially harm child development if used by pregnant women.
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The nuclear architecture of cancer cells

The nuclear architecture of the genome describes the structural order of the genetic information in our cells. It is like a house that protects the family in it, and each room in this house has a role to play, like the kitchen or the living room.
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The two main types of skin cancer

British Skin Foundation walk us through the two main types of skin cancer, melanoma & non-melanoma, and the importance of funding research in the field.
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Artificial Intelligence implementation & cancer research

Dr Zisis Kozlakidis & Eduardo Mascarenhas turn the spotlight on Artificial Intelligence implementation and cancer research.
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Revolutionary AI model for cancer diagnosis

Researchers discover AI model for cancer diagnosis that is expected to revolutionise detection.
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Betamethasone may improve prostate cancer radiation therapy

Common steroid betamethasone could be used to reduce unwanted side effects of radiation treatments for prostate cancer.
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Women who breastfeed face lower risk of heart disease or stroke

A meta-analysis finds that women who breastfeed are less likely to develop heart conditions or diseases, or die from cardiovascular disease than women who do not breastfeed.
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Roche – biotechnology and in-vitro diagnostics

Roche is a leading provider of in-vitro diagnostics and a global supplier of transformative innovative solutions across major disease areas.
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Drone chemotherapy becomes an NHS net zero cancer strategy

NHS cancer patients will be the first to experience drone chemotherapy, which furthers the NHS net zero strategy, as it cuts down travel time and distance.
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High levels of physical activity do not counteract poor diets

Demonstrating that you cannot "outrun” poor diets, researchers found that exercise only benefits health when complemented with healthy eating.
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A digital focus in the fight against skin cancer mortality

Jon Friis, Founder and CEO at Miiskin, states the case for a digital focus in the fight against skin cancer mortality.
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Understanding cancer research in the U.S.

Open Access Government lifts the lid on the priorities of the National Cancer Institute, when it comes to cancer research in the U.S.
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Western diet rich in red, processed meat linked to colorectal cancer

A Western-style diet rich in red and processed meat, sugar and refined grains and carbohydrates increases risk of colorectal cancer.

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