New ultra-sensitive test for Cancer and HIV developed by Stanford chemists

New ultra-sensitive test for Cancer and HIV developed by Stanford chemists

Tests being newer and ultra-sensitive have been designed for detecting diseases like cancer and HIV. This proves 10000 times more useful than latest diagnostic tools. This is said by Stanford Scientists. When diseases like HIV or cancer starts growing in bodies of patients, immune systems respond by production of antibodies. Finding out these very antibodies is a great way to infer presence of HIV or cancer. The related biomarkers are also important to design a…

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A new gene identified which repairs DNA, used to diagnose breast cancer earlier

A new gene identified  which repairs DNA, used to diagnose breast cancer earlier

A new gene GT198 which repairs DNA, when it gets mutated causes breast cancer. Hence it is used to diagnose cancer of breast as a new target for treatment says Dr. Lan Ko, correspondent author, Augusta University. Gene mutations are present in ovarian and breast cancer early onset. Progenitor or the stem cells is the cause of breast cancer in mutated conditions as well as it also gives rise to healthy breast cells. In premenopausal…

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Smartphone microscopes can helps in Skin Cancer detection: New Study

Smartphone microscopes can helps in Skin Cancer detection: New Study

Phone based mobile microscopes are utilized for diagnosing skin cancers correctly in settings in which old microscopes are not present. This is as per newer studies. Scientists at University of Texas Health Science Centre at Houston (UTHealth) revealed that smartphone microscopes can thereby improve detection of skin cancers in nations that are developing. Physicians in few remote regions do not have accessibility to highly powered microscope being used for evaluating samples of skins. In such…

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More than 60,000 Indian women died out of Cervical Cancer in 2015-16

More than 60,000 Indian women died out of Cervical Cancer in 2015-16

New Delhi: Cervical Cancer is growing rapidly as being great reasons for death amongst Indian mass especially women. To highlight burdens increasing of cervical cancers amongst women, minister of health namely J P Nadda told that 62416 women lost their lives because of this disease in 2015-2016 which accounted for 24 percent of totally all cases of cancers in Indian women. Estimated death numbers because of cervical cancers accounted for twenty-four percent of totally all…

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Beer can help you to fight against Cancer

Beer can help you to fight against Cancer

Researchers have found that beer contains a key ingredient that can be utilized for fight against cancer. Researchers at the University of Idaho are taking a shot at approaches to extricate beneficial acids called humulones and lupulones from hops. Hops, with its distinctive taste like bitter has the capacity to block leukemia cells from clinging to bone and end bacterial development, also act as an anti-inflammatory agent. They contain acids called humulones and lupulones which…

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New Study: High Fat food and Bowel Cancer are interrelated

New Study: High Fat food and Bowel Cancer are interrelated

There is a huge established link between risk of bowel cancer and fatty foods. The gut cells mutate and there are increased chances of cancer in the bowel in case one is fed fatty foods often. A study led by a team of researchers found out this fact by feeding one group of mice a diet rich in fat who suffered cell changes in the lining of the gut leading to tumours which are cancerous….

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New Study: Oral Bacteria has role in Esophageal Cancer

New Study:  Oral Bacteria has role in Esophageal Cancer

Diseases of gums may be linked to lots of problems of health. Bacterial specie types being responsible for diseases of gums cause esophageal cancers. It was found by newer studies. Findings were published in journals namely “Infectious Agents and Cancer”. This showed Porphyromonas gingival bacteria is there in 61 percent patients with (ESCC) esophageal squamous cell carcinoma. Data confirmed that eradications of oral pathogens contribute to reductions in significant people numbers suffering from ESCC. This…

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Skin cells can destroy brain tumours: New method developed

Skin cells can destroy brain tumours: New method developed

In first instances, scientists had have discovered and developed methods of turning skin cells onto cancerous hunting stem cells which destroys the brain tumours called glioblastoma. Discoveries could offer, for 1st time in 30 years more, newer and greater effective treatments for diseases. Study revealed this. Patients need desperately better caring standards. This is said by Shawn Hingtgen who was in turn assistant professor at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in US. Survival…

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Study shows tumour growth can be reduced with exercises

Study shows tumour growth can be reduced with exercises

As per the recently conducted research, the researchers have found that the mice which spent their free time on running wheel are able to shrink tumours compared to their less active counterparts. The study was related to highlight the benefits of the exercise. Moreover, the researchers have also found that the High- intensity workout which brought the surge of adrenaline are allowing the moving of the immune which is cancer- killing one- NK cells towards…

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New ‘Genomic Signature’ may Lead to blood test for spotting Five Deadly Cancer

New ‘Genomic Signature’ may Lead to blood test for spotting Five Deadly Cancer

Common Gene Signature among Five different types of Cancer could be step towards developing an early blood test for disease, as per the researchers’ team. The team at the National Human Genome Research Institute, being one of the National Institute of Health, said that it is a change in the genetic function which is called methylation, and not a genetic mutation. Dr. Laura Elnitski who led the team of researchers, stated that the researchers have…

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