Reducing the burden of tuberculosis treatment

Treatment more common neurological diseases

Researchers identify brain protein crucial to recovery from stroke

An unconventional method to predict gastric cancer

Scientists from Singapore have learned to predict gastric cancer by researching intestinal metaplasia that leads to the discovery of people that are inclined to cancer of this type. In addition, this study will lead to the invention of medical ways to prevent stomach cancer.

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Graphene-based biosensor chip for detecting DNA mutations

The inexpensive biosensor for monitoring real-time mutations was developed by the University of California at San Diego. This graphene-based biosensor is designed to track mutations in DNA and identify a cancer disease. One of the most common signs of many diseases, including cancer (lat. Carcinoma), is the presence in the body of some species of genetic mutation, known as nucleotide polymorphism (SNP). Detection of this mutation, however, is a rather slow and expensive process for the patient.

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Stretchable throat sensor will change stroke treatment

An innovative sensor, which is worn on the throat and looks like a band aid, tracks all manner of vital information and sends wirelessly to a doctor, has been developed by the team of researchers from Northwestern University. This throat sensor is designed to address one of the biggest challenges in stroke rehabilitation: the difficulty in assessing a patient's progress once they return home.

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Food monitoring system

Brain cancer treatment that delivers cancer-killing viruses bypassing the blood-brain barrier

A new blood test for cancer detecting without the need for invasive procedures

A new gel for growing large quantities of neural stem cells

A new gel that could help grow the large quantities of neural stem cells needed for sought-after therapies has been developed by the researchers from Stanford University. Its success depends on the cells’ ability to stay in touch. On the one hand, these natural shapeshifters can transform themselves into virtually any type of cell in the body, they hold the promise of being able to cure ills ranging from spinal cord injuries to cancers (lat. Carcinoma). But on the other, stem cells are complicated to work with.

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Gut bugs can control human genes through chemical reaction preventing cancer

The international team of researchers has discovered a way that good bacteria in the stomach can control genes in human cells. The novel investigation made by British scientists indicates one more crucial quality of the intestinal microbiome and allows short-chain fatty acids in bacteria to directly control the activity of genes and potentially help to prevent cancer.

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The nano-drug for the liver cancer

Nanoparticle from liver cancer was developed by scientists from the Southwestern Medical Center at the University of Texas. Scientists synthesized nanoparticles for the treatment of cancer-affected liver. Among cancer diseases, it is the main cause of death of patients. The treatment of liver cancer at a late stage is a serious problem for therapeutic intervention. Usually, drugs that show positive results in a healthy functioning liver can lead to devastating toxicity in the cirrhotic liver with cancer.

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