Iranian Scientists Apply Photodynamic Therapy to Destroy Cancer Cells

Scientists of photodynamic research group of Iran Medical Laser Research Center have applied photodynamic technique to cure cancer.

S & R IAU Researcher Prevents Colorectal Cancer through Ginger Extract

Science and Research IAU researcher has investigated the effects of ginger extract on genes involved in colon cancer to create a link between agricultural and medical biotechnology.

Iranian Researchers Present an Effective Way for Intestine Cancer Treatment

A team of researchers from University of Tehran in cooperation with Tabriz Medical University have presented a method for purification of scFv antibodies using nanozeolite microspheres.

Scientists Prove Green Tea Prevent Cancer Cells From 'Refuelling'

Scientists from the Biomedical Research Center at the University of Salford have proved that Green Tea packed with antioxidants, is often hailed as containing properties which prevent disease.

Quchan IAU Knowledge-Based Co. Researchers Make Cancer Cell Detection Chip

A team of scientists and engineers from Islamic Azad University, Quchan branch, have produced a cancer cell detection chip in the knowledge-based company.

Researchers Develop a Component of Green Tea Delivering Drugs to Tumors

Researchers from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) have demonstrated that wrapping an anticancer drug in a nanoscale case made of a polymer and a component of green tea is an extremely effective way to deliver high doses of the drug to tumors.

New Research May Expand Stem Cells Available For Transplants

Researchers of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research have found out a way to expand blood-forming, adult stem cells from human umbilical cord blood (hUCB).

Researchers Targeting Metabolism that Can Defeat Cancer Stem Cells

Researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center have found that cancer stem cells exist in more than one state and are very plastic, meaning they can change form, sliding back and forth between a dormant state and a rapidly growing state.

Researchers Create Magnetized Wire to Detect Cancer

Researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine used the wire to capture free-floating tumor cells in the blood, a technique that soon could be used in humans to yield an earlier cancer diagnosis.

CNBP Scientists Developed a New Targeted Treatment for Cancer

Researchers at the Center for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) have developed and designed their liposomes to collapse on demand, releasing the payload of drugs.

Scientists Discover Potential 'Achilles Heel' in Brain Cancer

Scientists at Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered an "Achilles heel" of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the most common and deadly form of brain cancer.

Researchers Discover Gene That Triggers Aging Symptoms

Researchers from the University at Buffalo has isolated a single gene that controls senescence, the process that stops cells from dividing and contributes to aging symptoms.

Engineers Make World’s Smallest ‘Computer’

Researchers of University of Michigan have created the world’s smallest computer.

Researchers Camouflage a Cancer-Killing Drug Using Cells From the Tumor Itself

A new therapy designed by researchers at Penn State has camouflaged a cancer-killing drug using cells from the tumor itself, allowing them to sneak medicine past the tumor's defenses like a nanoscale Trojan horse and deliver a killing blow from the inside.

Researchers Develop a New Kind of Vaccine Based on Spider Silk

Researchers from the universities of Geneva (UNIGE), Freiburg (UNIFR), Munich, and Bayreuth, in collaboration with the German company AMSilk, have developed spider silk microcapsules capable of delivering the vaccine directly to the heart of immune cells.

New Blood Test Could Find 10 Different Types of Cancer at an Early Stage

Scientists from Stanford University have done a blood test to diagnose 10 different types of cancers that could one day help doctors screen for the disease before patients show symptoms.

Researchers Make Quantum Dots Out Of Tea Leaves Lay Waste to Lung Cancer Cells

The Swansea team, along with researchers from Bharathiar University and K. S. Rangasamy College of Technology, set about making quantum dots out of humble tea leaves.

Scientists Discover Likely Cause of Childhood Leukemia

Professor Mel Greaves of the Institute of Cancer Research said a combination of a genetic mutation while babies are still in the womb, followed by an infection with an unknown bacteria or virus, is the most likely cause of the blood cancer.

MIT Biologists Discover Fasting Can Boost Stem Cells' Regenerative Capacity

Biologists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have discover that the age-related loss of stem cell function can be reversed by a 24-hour fast.

Researchers Discover New Organ That May Help Explain How Cancer Spreads

Researchers have discovered network of fluid-filled channels in the human body may be a previously-unknown organ, and it seems to help transport cancer cells around the body.

Iran to Develop Palliative Care Centers for Cancer Patients

The deputy health minister for nursing has announced that some palliative care centers will be developed in the country in the next [Iranian calendar] year 1397 (March 2018–March 2019) to serve patients who suffer from advanced cancers.

Nanorobots Can Starve and Shrink Cancerous Tumors

Scientists from Arizona State University (ASU) in collaboration with researchers from the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, have successfully programmed nanorobots to shrink tumors by cutting off their blood supply.

Najafabad IAU Researchers to Breed Scorpion, Milk Venom for Medical Purposes

Najafabad IAU Researchers have succeeded in coming up with plans to maintain scorpions in captivity for venom extraction purposes.

A New Blood Test Could Detect Signs of 8 Kinds of Cancer

Researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore have developed a new test that screens for multiple types of cancer using only a blood sample.

Researchers Develop Innovative Approach for the Remote Control of Gene & Cell Activations

A team of researchers has developed an innovative approach to use mechanogenetics for the remote control of gene and cell activations.

Iranian Researcher Helps to Create a Diagnostic "Lab on a Chip" For Just a Penny

Rahim Esfandyarpour, Engineering Research Associate at Stanford University, School of Medicine, the lead author in cooperation with Davis, the senior author, at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a way to produce a cheap and reusable diagnostic “lab on a chip” with the help of an ordinary inkjet printer.

This Biohybrid Robot Can Swim Through the Body

Scientists have manipulated spirulina, a microscopic plant and food supplement, to travel through people in response to magnetic signals.

New Self-Regulating Nanoparticles Heat Up to Kill Cancerous Cells

Researchers from University of Surrey have developed 'intelligent' nanoparticles which heat up to a temperature high enough to kill cancerous cells.

Iranian Researchers Create Method for Fast Cancer Cells Detection

Researchers of Department of chemistry, University of Isfahan in cooperation with Cancer Research Centre of Lyon (CRCL), a research structure affiliated with the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, have successfully presented an inexpensive and simple method for early detection of cancer cells.

Iran Successful Thyroid Cancer Surgery, Heart and Lung Transplantation

The head of Masih Daneshvari Hospital, Dr. Ali Akbar Velayati in accompany with teams of surgeons, anesthetic and heart and lung transplantation have participated in press conference in Masih Daneshvari Hospital. In this regard, Dr. Velayati explained that a young patient with thyroid cancer, who underwent the surgical treatment, is feeling better now.

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