Dogs watch us all the time and read our body language like a sixth sense. They also smell our bodies for changes. Max smelt cancer in Maureen before any medical scans could pick it up. Dogs do this naturally and can be trained to pick up on tiny volatile chemicals given off by cancerous tumors. ~please checkout the cool ads before you go, thanks for visiting~
Targeting brain tumors with enough anti-cancer medication is no easy task. But Stefan Bossmann and Deryl Troyer at Kansas State University are developing a novel materials treatment method for persons with brain cancer that uses a type of white blood cell to deliver anticancer drugs to particularly virulent brain tumors.
Oxigene inc more than doubled in after-hours trading after the biopharmaceutical company reported positive Phase 2 clinical trial results for an ovarian cancer treatment.
The company has a pipeline with various treatments under clinical studies that each aim to combine a compound known as zybrestat with other therapies to potentially treat ovarian and certain thyroid cancers. Here is more on the ovarian cancer phase 2 results
Researchers at The Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered that a perennial herb used by the Chinese for hundreds of years to relieve rheumatoid arthritis symptoms has much more far-reaching medicinal qualities.
The scientists found that the active component of the herb Tripterygium Wilfordii hook is a drug that is able to suppress an overactive immune system, prevent inflammation and kill cancer cells. Here is a great article from The Stanford school of Medicine