Saturday 12 July 2014

New tests may give cancer patients 'quicker treatment'

A new way of evaluating tumors may soon help cancer patients identify the underlying genetic link to their disease - and the best possible treatment - all in a single test.   Researchers are set to begin clinical


Growing evidence of wireless health risks: study

The evidence for health risk from wireless technology is growing stronger and warrants immediate action, according to a new study.   The mid-year update covering new science studies from 2012 to 2014 released by


'Intelligent' surgical knife can sniff out cancer tissue

Scientists have created an "intelligent" surgical knife that can detect in seconds whether tissue being cut is cancerous, promising more effective and accurate surgery in future. The device, built by researchers at Londo


Johns Hopkins scientists map genes for brain cancer

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Centre scientists have completed a comprehensive map of genetic mutations occurring in the second-most common form of brain cancer, oligodendroglioma.  The findings, reported in the August 4 issue of Scien


Hi-tech tumour centre planned in Bahrain

A high-tech centre treating all types of tumours is to be established in Bahrain by the end of March, it emerged yesterday. It will specialise in non-invasive robotic radiation therapy for cancer and neurosurgery, said officials. T

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