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Google has built an AI-powered microscope designed to identify cancer cells
Google and the Department of Defense teamed up to build a prototype of an Augmented Reality Microscope (ARM) designed to identify cancer cells.
New cancer drug covers tumors in huge 'eat me' flags for immune system
University of California San Francisco researchers have made the ARS1620 drug that makes cancer cells readily identifiable to the immune system using KRAS.
These tattoo inks have been linked to causing cancers or mutations
A team of scientists has found that nearly half of the tested tattoo inks contained chemicals that can cause cancers or other mutations.
New cancer vaccines destroy tumors and prevent them returning
A newly developed targeted cancer vaccine can eliminate tumors in mice and ensure they don't recur by taking mRNA for antigens directly to immune cells.
'Forever chemicals' found in 98% of adults linked to liver cancer
Perfluooctane sulfate (PFOS) and other perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are linked to a 4.5 greater likelihood of liver cancer.
Amazon is quietly developing breast and skin cancer vaccines
Amazon.com Services LLC has collaborated with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center since 2021 to create personalized cancer vaccines.
New 'custom' engineered parasites seek out and destroy cancer cells
Japanese researchers have created a custom hydrogel sheath for parasitic helminths that allows them to deliver anti-cancer drugs.
New breakthrough treatment destroys even the most resistant cancers
Researchers from UT Dallas have synthesized ERX-41, a new molecule that can kill hard-to-treat cancers like glioblastoma and more.
Experimental drug trial sees every patient's cancer disappear
A new clinical trial involving dostarlimab has resulted in the absence of rectal cancer tumors in all patients that participated.
Genetically-modified virus to kill cancer trialed for the first time
Biotech company Imugene and the City of Hope center have created a new genetically-modified oncolytic virus to kill cancer cells.
Woman impersonates daughter of elderly cancer patient, steals $400,000
A woman has been caught impersonating the daughter of an elderly cancer patient who she then stole more than $400,000 from.
75% of tumors destroyed with new machine, and they don't come back
University of Michigan researchers have developed a 700kHz, 260-element histotripsy ultrasound array transducer to destroy cancer.
NASA lets male astronauts stay in space longer than females, but why?
Career radiation exposure limits for NASA astronauts are lower for women than for men, but this could change in the near future.
As robotic automation is increasing, so is adult mortality
Increased automation in the U.S. manufacturing industry has been associated with rising mortality in U.S. adults of working age.
Moderna is making three new mRNA vaccines, including one for cancer
Moderna is developing three new mRNA vaccine candidates against the Herpes simplex virus, varicella-zoster virus, and cancer.
Three galaxies spotted merging by Hubble in stunning image
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured the IC 2431 triple galaxy merger in the constellation Cancer 681 million light-years away.
Chemical used in Agent Orange found in a third of Americans
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) is widespread as a herbicide and defoliant and has been found in a third of the population.
Intaking more olive oil daily could help save your life
A new study shows that higher olive oil consumption is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cancer.
New anti-aging vaccine moves closer toward human trials
Scientists have developed a new vaccine to combat age-related diseases and prolong life, which has shown success in a mouse model.
Communication between immune cells shows potential for cancer vaccine
A recent discovery in understanding how the cells of the immune system fight cancer could help produce a vaccine for cancer.
Nanotech to be trialled in upcoming therapeutic trial for cancer
After multiple successful clinical trials, nanotech Cornell dots are being used for their first therapeutic trial to fight cancer.
New radiation therapy technique for battling cancer shows promise
Researchers have developed a new means to deliver rapid, targeted, high doses of radiation to cancer patients, safer than before.
Scientists successfully test cancer-killing 'Trojan Horse' drug
Researchers have successfully tested a new drug that could potentially kill cancer without damaging healthy tissue that's nearby.
Big Pharma uses Facebook data to target ads to people's health issues
Big pharmaceutical companies are using Facebook's user data to covertly sell specific drugs to people who have health issues.
AI is outperforming experts at spotting breast cancer
Google AI screened breast cancer with LESS false positives and negatives than humans.
StarCraft scene smashed in 7 days: Arrests, retirements and closures
Arrests, match-fixing, retirements, team closures and cancer is just a snippet of the StarCraft scene this week, it sure has been a rough one!
Totalbiscuit announces terminal cancer and closes Axiom eSports
YouTuber and eSports manager John 'TotalBisbuit' Bain announces he has terminal cancer and is further closing Axiom eSports.
Oops, I meant sunny side up! Scientists can now unboil eggs
Scientists can now unboil egg whites, helping explain the process for their new protein liquifying process to help cheapen cancer drugs.
The Year-in-Review feature by Facebook is under fire
Facebook's Year-in-Review is nice for some, but for those with a recent tragedy it's a painful reminder.
Scientists working with nanobots that could one day cure cancer, other diseases
Scientists discover a way to insert nanobots the human body, could eventually lead to a cure for can.
Has Cancer been cured? Big Pharma doesn't like that idea very much...
Has a cancer cure been swept under the rug?
Cancer-detecting device now capable of detecting HIV?
Cancer-detecting technology now capable of also detecting HIV.
Steve Jobs' health all the buzz with the press
Even with out any real facts.