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A new treatment could deal ‘1, 2 punch’ to Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and other incurable cancers

In Clinical Trials by Barbara Jacoby

By: ABC News Radio From: kwbe.com Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) is a unique cancer that originates in the white blood cells of the human bone marrow. It is the seventh most common cancer in the United States and an estimated 75,000 cases are diagnosed each year. The five-year survival rate is 71 percent, according to the National Institutes of Health. Researchers …

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Antipsychotic Drug Blocks Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Growth

In Clinical Trials by Barbara Jacoby

From: genengnews.com The results of studies by a team of scientists in the U.K. and Spain suggest that the commonly used antipsychotic drug Pimozide could offer a new treatment approach to the most hard to treat form of breast cancer, and potentially for lung cancer. The research, headed by Mohamed El-Tanani, Ph.D., professor of molecular pathology and cancer therapeutics at …

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International acclaim for new breast cancer treatment

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From: itij.com India-based healthtech company Niramai has received international acclaim at the recent San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS). It was the only Indian company to present at one of the largest breast cancer conferences in the world, which is well-attended by oncologists and cancer researchers. Niramai had the opportunity to speak about its work at the event, with Dr …

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A new type of breast cancer treatment could help stop the spread of a highly aggressive form of the disease

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By: Julia Naftulin From: thisisinsider.com Researchers from Princeton University discovered a new breast cancer treatment method that could stop the spread of an especially aggressive form of the disease called triple-negative breast cancer. The new method uses a naturally occurring protein called Tingal1 to block the passageways in which triple-negative breast cancer could spread to other areas of the body. …

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Can the Polio Virus Cure Cancer?

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By: Nick Tate From: newsmax.com An experimental program at Duke University is using a surprising new weapon in the war on cancer — infusions of the polio virus that have successfully been used to treat patients with inoperable brain tumors. While the doctors and researchers spearheading the effort are reluctant to use the words “cancer cure” to describe the work, …