Jul 8, 23
Aneuploidy and Cancer: Removing Extra Chromosomes Can Prevent Cancer
Aneuploidy, the presence of extra or missing chromosomes, is commonly observed in cancer cells. Recent research published in the renowned Nature magazine suggests that removing these extra chromosomes can potentially prevent the development of cancer.
May 20, 23
Nanoswimmers Can Travel Significant Distances Inside Blood Stream To Find A Cancer Target In The Brain
Innovative nanoswimmers that can travel a long distance inside the human blood stream to find and attack a cancer target in the brain. Nanoswimmers are composed of tiny, self-propelling robots that are expected to bring about a significant reduction in the number of cancer cell deaths that originate from brain tumors.