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Nicotine Promotes Spread of Lung Cancer Cells into Brain: Researchers

Researchers have found that that nicotine, a non-carcinogenic chemical found in tobacco, actually promotes the spread of lung cancer cells into the brain where...

80% of Children Diagnosed With Cancer Do Not Survive Beyond Teenage: Study

 It is estimated that nearly 300,000 children up to the age of 19 years are diagnosed with cancers worldwide; and only 20 per cent...

Aspirin Can Be Helpful in Tumour, Colorectal Cancer Treatment: Study

The benefits of a daily aspirin may extend beyond heart health to colorectal cancer treatment, say researchers, adding that they have found that aspirin...

Here’s Why Excess Consumption of Protein is Harmful for your Body

Researchers have found that a protein involved in immune response to microbes also can fuel cancer development and suppress the response to the disease. Working...

Three-Drug Combination Therapy Improves Survival in Patients with Advanced Bowel Cancer

A targeted three-drug combination therapy resulted in median overall survival of nine months for patients with advanced bowel cancer compared to 5.4 months for...

Blood Cancer: Stem Cell Protein Play An Important Role in Cure

Researchers have identified a stem cell protein that may help in finding cure for blood cancer. The study, done on mice, suggests a stem cell...

Deadliest Brain Cancer: Glioblastoma

U.S. Senator John McCain's death from glioblastoma on Saturday brought new attention to the most deadly type of brain cancer. The National Brain Tumor Society says 80...

Frequency of Brain Tumours Increase in Children With Common Genetic Syndrome

Parents, please take note. The frequency of brain tumours has been underestimated in children with the common genetic syndrome -- neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), a new study has found. According to the...

Robot-assisted Tumour Surgery Performed for the First Time in India

A team of neurosurgeons led by an Indian-origin professor from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine performed the first-ever robot-assisted spinal surgery to...

Aspirin can restrict the growth of breast cancer, says Indian- origin researcher

New York: A study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found a daily dose of aspirin is effective at blocking breast tumour growth in laboratory...

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