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A study by Politecnico di Torino (Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy) made the headlines of the November issue of the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. Professor […]
The development of therapy resistance often prevents advanced colorectal cancer from being successfully treated in the long term. Scientists from the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK), […]
The Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC+) receives a grant for research into Killer Cells and Breast Cancer. The subsidy (1.48 million euros) was provided by […]
Every day, we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it is Bulgaria's Kelvin Health, which uses AI technology and thermal imaging cameras to detect diseases at an early stage.
Researchers from DTU and Copenhagen University are the first to show that protein analysis at the single cell level in a tumour sample from an […]
Byondis has the Dutch premiere of being the first to complete a successful registration study with a treatment that uses ADCs, which are revolutionizing the development of medicines.
A remarkable number of life-threatening diseases manifest more severely in males than in females. One current example is COVID-19 caused by SARS CoV-2. Another example […]
Swiss hospital uses Big Data to develop targeted individualized therapies for cancer and other complex diseases
Scientists want to explore how a quantum computer can systematically process and use data to find new, more targeted pathways for personalized therapies.
Doctors at the Tübingen University Hospital in Germany have developed a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 specifically designed for patients with cancer or an immune deficiency
There is hope for patients with advanced breast cancer. An innovative medicine that attacks tumors very precisely is in the final stages of development.
Screenpoint Medical, a spin-off from the Dutch Radboudumc makes AI systems for assessing mammograms that are already as good or even better than the average mammogram radiologist.
The Heyleys platform enables cancer patients to find experimental treatments that match their condition and makes it easier for researchers to find participants.
A special form of thyroid cancer can be treated with heat therapy (ablation). Milan researchers have reached this conclusion after a successful trial.
A breakthrough after ten years of research: from one to four micrometers more depth in optical imaging through high levels of light resolution.
Apart from a lot of misery, the corona crisis also yields plenty of new insights into the treatment of other diseases.
Sertraline slows down the production of certain amino acids. This makes it possible to fight cancer without harming healthy cells.
Scientists at ETH Zurich are researching how cancer drugs can be externally controlled with the aid of magnetic bacteria and thus be guided precisely through the bloodstream to target a tumor.
A new test can detect cancer at an early stage in bodily fluids. The test will be cheaper and more efficient than biopsies currently used in cancer diagnoses.