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Nature inspired peptide has anti-tumor activity

The anti-tumor effects now discovered in certain lymphoid cancer cells add an important new facet to the spectrum of action of these unusual peptides

Glenmark Specialty gets DCGI nod for Phase 1 clinical trial of...

GRC 54276 has shown tumour cell killing ability in preclinical studies as a single agent and as well in combination with checkpoint inhibitors, making it a high-priority target in immuno-oncology

World’s largest chest tumour weighing 13.85 kgs successfully removed at Fortis

Tumour bigger than the size of a football had occupied more than 90% of the chest area; reducing the lung function by 90%. Only 10% of both the lungs were functional.........................

IISER Bhopal researchers identify mechanism of breast cancer progression

The findings have important implications in designing therapeutic interventions for breast cancer as in India, it accounted for 11.1% of cancer deaths in 2020, driving the need for aggressive research to understand and treat this malady...........................

A new body clock-based approach likely for cancer treatment

The human biological clock is composed of several molecular mechanisms which are synchronous with the day-night cycle or circadian rhythm............................

Medanta introduces unique tech to reduce cross-contamination during stone removal surgery

First hospital in North India to conduct an ERCP using a disposable, single-use Duodenoscope

Researchers develop ‘Hyperelastic Model’ to understand brain injuries

The new model will help neurosurgeons and researchers to understand how the damage due to injuries in the brain progresses with time and aid them in devising strategies in treating the injured brain......................

Study opens new avenue for preventing cancer

The scientists based at the National Institute of Immunology have found a way to stop the degradation of a protein called p53 that prevents cancer cells from proliferating and forming tumours in the body...................

Mathematics helps scientists to make cancer treatment more effective

Researchers tested two treatment protocols based on various interactions: one using only radiation and medication while the second included immunotherapy...………….

Bengaluru doctor treats a rare form of skin cancer

The Bengaluru based Cytecare cancer hospital has claimed that its doctor, Dr Anthony Pais has successfully treated a rare form of skin cancer – Syringocystadeno carcinoma paplliferum with the tumour size being 5 kg........