Colorectal Cancer Screening Test

3-D-written model to provide better understanding of cancer spread

MRI will be able to detect malignant tumors without biopsy

A drug delivery tool to get the correct dose of lifesaving drugs

An experimental technology to monitor and maintain drug levels in the body has been created by the Stanford engineers.  A new technology can monitor and maintain the level of drug in the bloodstream of animals. If it works in people, it could deliver the optimal dose of life-saving drugs and prevent harmful over- or underdosing. As with coffee or alcohol, the way each person processes medication is unique. One person’s perfect dose may be another person’s deadly overdose. With such variability, it can be hard to prescribe exactly the right amount of critical drugs, such as chemotherapy or insulin.

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Ultrasonic diagnosis for the analysis of cancer cells and bacteria in the intestine

Ultrasonic analysis of cells and bacteria was developed by researchers at the California Technical Institute. Ultrasonic diagnostics help to visualize not only internal organs. A person can consider cells and molecules with its help, including - cancer (lat. Carcinoma) cells or bacteria in the intestine. A study by the California Technical Institute confirms the possibility of creating such a technology.

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New nanoparticles engineered to image and treat cancer

A new type of nanoparticles the glow red and a stable with useful properties for tracking cancer growth and spread has been developed and synthesized by the researchers at Sandia National Laboratories. A fluorescently-tagging tumour, or other specific kinds of cells, is a new, powerful method to image inside a body. MRIs, X-rays and ultrasounds are powerful bioimaging methods to diagnose diseases. However, these methods each have their limitations and generally aren't used to treat diseases. For years, scientists have been searching for theranostic agents, materials that have both diagnostic and therapeutic uses.

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Acoustic tweezers for disease determination

A hand-powered blood centrifuge developed on the basis of whirligig toy

The special type of stem cells can help in treating stroke patients

A new drug can help patients to reduce LDL cholesterol levels

The multinational biopharmaceutical company has presented a new class of drugs, the PCSK9 inhibitor that has the ability to reduce the level of cholesterol. This novel medication is a new treatment option for people who have side effects during statin therapy.

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Can indicate the breast cancer less than 5 minutes

iBreastExam can indicate the breast cancer less than 5 minutes. This device is designed to monitor and reduce the percentage of women with breast cancer. This device is especially relevant in developing countries where women do not have quick access to medical diagnosis.

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Unique Therapeutic Approach for Treatment of patients with T-Cell Lymphomas

The cure based on Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies was developed by Dr Martin Pule and is currently applied by Autolus Limited, the University College London clinical-stage biopharmaceutical spinoff focused on its development and commercialisation. This method showed effectiveness in some haematological malignancies and has wide applications as a cancer treatment, with the potential to offer a cure. With such an innovative approach, Autolus Limited is at the forefront of a revolution in cancer treatment.

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