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Canada Doctors Break Brain-Blood Barrier to Treat Tumour with Huge Potential Ahead

It is now common knowledge that brain has no blood stream and no sensors of pain, making it easy to open-brain surgeries but at the same time the blood-brain barrier (BBB) prevents delivery of crucial therapies to treat brain tumours. However, in a first of its kind, Sunnybrook scientists made history when they used ultrasound to non-invasively breach the blood-brain ...

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Chilean Doctor Invents New Therapy for Cancer

An inventive immunological treatment that targets carcinogenic cells in human beings by elevating the body’s anti-tumor reaction was displayed in Chile in Santiago. Claudio Acuna who is a scientist at the University of Santiago and the creator of the invention informed that the treatment is still in the pre-clinical stage. He added that the treatment will soon be patented in ...

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Beat Drug Resistant Malaria with Whole Plant Therapy: Study

Amid growing concerns about the drug-resistant Malaria worldwide, University of Massachusetts Amherst microbiologist Stephen Rich and his research team have offered a new whole plant malaria treatment with highly promising results. The findings, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week, show that the new treatment based on a use of the whole plant (WP) Artemisia ...

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New Leukemia Drug AG-221 Re-kindles Hope Even in Advanced Cases

Early clinical trials in patients with advanced leukemia show that AG-221, a new drug  developed, has shown dramatic results when administered among the patients. The new drug AG-221 works by targeting a gene that can transform cells into becoming healthy again instead of stopping a mutation that leads to cancer cell growth. Approximately 15 percent of acute myeloid leukemia patients ...

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