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A fundamental principle of medicine is: "first, do no harm."
Researchers at the University of Cambridge hope to revolutionise cancer therapy after discovering one of the reasons why many previous attempts to harness the immune system to treat cancerous tumours have failed.
In new research published today, researchers uncover evolution in action in cancer cells.
Survival rates of the world's most common cancer might soon be increased with a new vitamin E treatment which could significantly reduce tumour regrowth.
Australian and American scientists have found a way of shrinking tumours in certain cancers â€“ a finding that provides hope for new treatments.
Those who have to fight a powerful enemy must look for allies.
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researchers in Melbourne, Australia, have made a discovery that has upended scientists' understanding of programmed cell death and its role in tumour formation.
The researchers decoded a complete cascade of signals within breast tumour cells activated by virgin olive oil, and concluded that benefits include decrease in the activity of the oncogene p21Ras, changes in protein signaling pathways, stimulation of tumour cell death and prevention of DNA damage.
Reprogramming immune system cells to produce natural killer cells for cancer.
The research demonstrates that p53 is activated to control the creation of ova and spermatozoa.
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