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Researchers Discover Link Between Bacterial Levels and Breast Cancer

Differences in the bacterial composition of breast tissue have been revealed by researchers at Cleveland Clinic while studying the tissue of healthy women vs....

Cancer Evades Immune System Through the Help of MicroRNA

Our immune system has the ability to destroy cancer cells and does so automatically. However, the cancerous tumors often remain, and a new study...

Are Enzymes the Answer to Curing Diseases Such as Cancer and Diabetes?

Different enzymes have different roles within the body. While we were already aware that phosphatidic acid phosphate has a vital role in regulating the...

Researchers Use Lasers to Fry Cancer Cells

A new study conducted at the University of Colorado takes tackling cancer to a whole new level by using gold nanoparticles to fry the...

This New Nanotechnology Helps Killing Cancer Cells Without Harming Healthy Cells

Chemotherapy has helped a great number of cancer patients over the time we've been using it for treatment. However, at the same time as...

Are Twinkling Little Enzyme’s the Answer to Curing Cancer?

Enzymes are an important part of maintaining good health, and a new test confirms they could even help to pave the way to produce...

New Experimental Drug Kills Cancer Cells When Combined With Chemotherapy

Although the traditional chemotherapy drug, cisplatin, is somewhat successful in its own right, researchers have discovered that when combined with a new experimental drug...

Early Version of Cancer Genome Reveals Vital Vulnerabilities

In a collaborative effort across a number of institutions, including Harvard, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the Broad Institute of MIT, researchers have narrowed...

Study Shows Aggressive Cancers Recruit Normal Cells to Spread Tumors by Imitating Viruses

A study out of the University of Pennsylvania has found that some of the most aggressive forms of cancer mimic virus in order to...

Mathematical Algorithms Reveal New Information About Aggressive Breast Cancer

Kristen Naegle, an assistant professor of Biomedical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis is performing a detailed study of breast cancer cells, and...

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