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Since the dawn of nanotechnology, researchers have envisioned using nanoscale drug delivery devices for chemotherapy drugs designed to fight cancer more effectively... Read More »
Ann ConkleAn exciting approach. Looking forward to seeing if the results are just as promising in human trials.
Jul 12, 2012
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame have developed nanoparticles that could treat a devastating, incurable cancer. Multiple myeloma (MM) is a cancer of plasma... Read More »
A new method of delivering chemotherapy drugs could eliminate the heavy price of the treatment. Because the cell-killing therapy targets fast-growing cells, it... Read More »
Here’s the top medical news of this week! Promising new HIV treatments give hope for eventual cure   The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)... Read More »
Collaborative research utilizes 'social networking' science to identify IQ gene   Everyone has been talking about a new study that links... Read More »
Engineers and scientists at Case Western Reserve University have developed medicine-toting nanochains that slip into tumors and explode a chemotherapy drug into the... Read More »
Recently, in several articles here on Patexia, we have commented on the importance of nanotechnology in medicine, including everything from lamprey robots to... Read More »
Most advanced ovarian cancer patients undergo surgery to remove as much tumor as possible, and then undergo platinum-based chemotherapy. But predicting response to... Read More »
Researchers at the University of Hull have identified biomarkers which could help to predict resistance to chemotherapy in breast cancer patients. Potential... Read More »
The highly-studied, human p53 gene is known to play a key role in cellular stress response mechanisms by converting a variety of different stimuli into cell growth... Read More »
Researchers from Rice University, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Baylor College of Medicine have utilized light-harvesting nanoparticles to... Read More »
A harmless virus may be able to boost the effects of two standard chemotherapy drugs. RT3D, trade name Reolysin, is a new drug developed by Oncolytics Biotech. It is... Read More »
A recent study by National University of Singapore (NUS) researchers revealed that breast cancer patients who had received or were undergoing chemotherapy treatment... Read More »
A research team at the University of Southern California has found that fasting can slow tumor growth and limit its spreading, and can be combined with chemotherapy... Read More »
Too much of a good thing, in all actuality, can be quite the opposite. Ideal medications should, of course, minimize side effects, while maximizing the therapeutic... Read More »
With the advent of a new fluorescent spray used during surgery, doctors can visualize tumors with their naked eyes.   Scientists at the University of... Read More »
Richard NoguchiSome great advancement in cancer research.
Dec 2, 2011
Anonymous Very interesting.
Dec 2, 2011