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New Diagnostic Method Helps To Predict Which Cancer Patients Will Respond to Immunotherapy
News   Nov 17, 2020

The new predictive tool has been developed by using an advanced microscopy platform that identifies the interactions between the immune cells and the tumor cells and also provides information about the activation state of the immune checkpoints that buffer the anti-tumor response.

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New Protein Biomarker To Better Personalize Cancer Therapy
News   Nov 16, 2020

Researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School, Erasmus University Medical Center, Yale-NUS College and Duke University have found a potential way to predict who will respond to cancer therapies that block Wnt production.

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Exploring the Role of Long Non-Coding RNA in Cancer Development
News   Nov 16, 2020

Scientists at Duke-NUS Medical School have found a way to systematically investigate their functions and discovered some could play a role in pancreatic cancer.

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Key Factors Involved in Cellular Survival Identified
News   Nov 16, 2020

Sometimes cells survive after what was considered the critical step in cellular suicide. Now, scientists have identified two key factors involved in this recovery.

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Scientists Use Light To Deliver CRISPR Gene Therapy
News   Nov 13, 2020

Light-activated liposomes could help to deliver CRISPR gene therapy – and the method could prove safer and more direct than current methods.

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pH-Sensitive Iridium Complexes as Anticancer Compounds
News   Nov 13, 2020

Chemotherapy uses chemicals to reach and damage cancer cells. However, on its way towards the tumor, the drugs can affect healthy cells as well. Researchers have now presented a new family of organometallic iridium complexes that generate cytotoxicity only upon intracellular activation.

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Predicting the Risk of Severe Side Effects of Chemotherapy
News   Nov 13, 2020

The risk of serious adverse effects on the blood status and bone marrow of patients during chemotherapy can be calculated using a new prediction model. This research may make it possible to use genetic analysis to identify cancer patients with a high probability of side effects.

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‘Pinprick’ Biomarker Blood Test Offers Diagnostic Potential for HPV-Related Cancers
News   Nov 12, 2020

A potential breakthrough in the early detection of the neck, head and anal cancers linked to human papilloma viruses (HPV) has emerged.

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Nanoparticle Crosses Blood–Brain Barrier To Deliver Drugs Directly to Brain Tumors in Mice
News   Nov 12, 2020

A novel synthetic protein nanoparticle capable of slipping past the nearly impermeable blood–brain barrier in mice could deliver cancer-killing drugs directly to malignant brain tumors, according to a new study.

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Team Uncovers New Prognostic Markers for Colon Cancer
News   Nov 12, 2020

In a recent study, a research team implemented a newly developed integrative strategy named DIICO/from Digital Immune Imaging to Clinical Outcome.

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