News tagged ‘BasicResearch’ clear
- Research shows ability to damage cancer cell DNA and prevent cells from
initiating a rest-and-repair process, causing them to self-destruct.
- Understanding the details of T cell activation opens the way to development of better immune-based therapies against viral infections and cancers.
- The license grants the companies exclusive rights to develop human
monoclonal antibodies to treat and protect against group 1 influenza
viruses, which include the H1N1 virus.
- Study finds similarities in genetic characteristics of different tumor types, which could lead to common strategies for treating them.
Tags: BasicResearch, Genomics
- The study found African Americans are more likely to hold perceptions that could interfere with prevention and treatment and indicate a need for improved public health communication about lung cancer.
Tags: BasicResearch, LungCancer
- Colorectal cancer patients who seek out health information online and in
news media are more likely to be aware of, and receive, the latest
treatments, researchers find.
- Study finds delay of more than six weeks between surgery and radiation
makes local recurrence more likely, and could have implications for
younger women's risk of recurrence.
- Dana-Farber researchers find that physicians surveyed advise against
private blood banking of umbilical cord blood unless another family
member is at risk for a blood disease.
- The sampling technique can help cancer researchers more effectively
identify which therapies are the most promising prospects for further
- Research into tumor suppressor genes may lead to potential treatments for anemia, heart attacks, strokes, and cancer.
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