Tag Archives: Chemotherapy

Tumors backfire on chemotherapy

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Endothelial cells (blue/grey) internalizing exosomes (red) released from chemotherapy-treated tumors Some patients with breast cancer receive chemotherapy before the tumor is removed with surgery. This approach, called ‘neoadjuvant’...

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Lung cancer breakthrough in drug delivery

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A breakthrough in research at UNC has created a method that both kills drug-resistant lung cancer and uses 50 times less chemotherapy. Elena Batrakova, senior author of the study, and her colleagues from the Eshelman School of Pharmacy’s Center for ...

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Exosome research aims to spare cancer pain

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St Charles Gairdner Hospital medical oncologist Annette Lim with a sequencing chip used in cancer research. PASSIONATE cancer researcher Annette Lim thinks her team could eventually save patients from unnecessary chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The medical oncologist from Sir Charles Gairdner ...

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