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Team led by Ahmedabad University prof discovers alternative to invasive biopsies for oral cancer patients

The team discovered a novel miRNA in the patient's saliva that can substitute the recurrent invasive biopsies required to monitor the growth rate of the tumour

Published on 10th October 2022
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IIT-Guwahati develops chemo strategy for cancer patients that reduces side effects 

The premier technical institute said that the societal impacts of this work cannot be overstated given the number of cancer patients in India anticipated to be 30 million by 2025

Published on 27th September 2022
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IIIT Delhi research team creates software that detects cancer-causing elements in chemicals

The research on the AI-based software, named Metabokiller, has also been published in Nature Chemical Biology, informed the team

 

Published on 19th September 2022
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New tool to predict cancer-causing genes in an individual? Here are all the details

The tool is based on a Machine Learning model that classifies genes as tumour suppressors, neutral or oncogenes: Researchers

Published on 7th July 2022
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Cancer drug combination developed by University of Mysore, Singapore's NUS and others gets US patent

Basappa said, "The lab finds combining NPB (commercialising drug, originated from India) and Olaparib drugs completely arrested the growth of human endometrial cancer organoids."

Published on 11th May 2022
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Why are research papers on polymers and cancer proteins uploaded on VBU's Archaeology prof's Google Scholar profile?

An internal source said that the professor's official CV is uploaded on the Vidwan portal, which is the official portal for professors in VBU, reflects his work properly

Published on 8th February 2022
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What The FAQ: What is La Nina and how will it affect our country and change life as we know it?

La Nina is a term that has been in the news for some days now. We tell you what this climatic phenomenon is all about

Published on 27th October 2021
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BBCI and IIT Guwahati to collaborate on region-specific cancer research

The MoU aims to conduct research in the North East region of the country to riddle the high rates of cancers of the gall bladder, oesophagus, nasopharynx, lung, and stomach peculiar to the area

Published on 5th August 2021
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IIT-M collaborates with Chennai’s Adyar Cancer Institute to develop a kit for early detection of ovarian cancer

"...We hope to take two years to actually have proof of concept," said the lead investigator of the project

Published on 31st July 2021
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Novel therapy of pharmacological degradation of AKT might be effective in many cancers 

The study, published in the journal Cancer Discovery, indicates that the therapeutic agent shows high effectiveness in vitro at disrupting a biological pathway that helps cancer survive

Published on 25th July 2021
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Chemicals found in consumer products could increase breast cancer risk, a new study finds

The researchers outlined a number of recommendations in their study for improving chemical safety testing to help identify potential breast carcinogens before they end up in products

Published on 21st July 2021
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Study finds link between alcohol consumption and new cancer cases in 2020

The authors used estimates for alcohol intake based on alcohol production data, tax and sales data, surveys and opinion on unrecorded alcohol intake, and tourist alcohol consumption data

Published on 19th July 2021
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Addressing social needs may reduce distress, improve the health of women with cancer, finds a new study

The new study was published by Wiley early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society

Published on 12th July 2021
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​AI-based algorithm developed by IIT Madras may help personalise cancer treatment

​The research uses a DNA sequencing model to mathematically differentiate between cancerous and benign cells, which can also aid early diagnoses

Published on 12th July 2021
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Study finds that immune cells can be stimulated to boost effect of chemotherapy 

The team believes that a more detailed understanding of TLS formation may aid in the development of personalised therapies that can help body's own immune system fight cancer

Published on 10th July 2021

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