News and Articles About Cancer
A cell therapy known as CAR-T is so promising that researchers are now trying to deal with a new problem -- how to keep up with demand.
Google was so impressed with his app that the company showcased it during CEO Sundar Pichai's opening keynote at its I/O developer conference.
The 13-year-old event spotlights digital entertainment made with social impact in mind.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) had previously rated coffee as 'possibly carcinogenic' but has changed its mind.
Innovations in big data, machine learning and in-device sensors are changing the nature of technology startups.
Li's letter said employees were making compromises for the sake of commercial interests and placing earnings growth above user experience.
Johnson & Johnson
The company had lost a previous trial and faces approximately 1,200 lawsuits accusing it of not adequately warning consumers about its talc-based products' cancer risks.
Her husband died, but Jen Hidinger continued to chase their dream-while lending a hand to others in the industry.
The authors claim avoiding these factors could prevent 4,000 new stomach cancer cases in the U.S. each year.
The Napster founder and former Facebook president created the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, which will focus on using the body's immune system to combat cancer cells.
The invention uses infrared sensors to monitor temperature.
'We observed a 49 percent increased risk of lung cancer among subjects with the highest daily glycemic index,' author of new study says.
Johnson & Johnson
While Jacqueline Fox's family won $72 million in damages this week, not all plaintiffs in the 1,200 similar pending talc powder-cancer cases will be cashing in.
The new handheld microscope uses tiny mirrors and optical beams to zoom in and quickly create image scans at the cellular and subcellular level.
Cancer is a life-threatening disease characterized by the growth of abnormal cells in the body. Its causes are attributed to both genetic and exposure to known carcinogens like tobacco, UV radiation and alcohol.
Startups are also working to develop innovative methodologies to make treatment more effective, less expensive and less invasive.
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