Wednesday, December 6, 2023


The disease cancer evolves from gene mutations. However, convincing evidence supports the idea that marital union plays significant roles in cancer patients' survival.
Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, a class of drug commonly prescribed to treat depression might have another health benefit: helping the immune system attack cancer.

Engineered Immune System to Fight Cancer

A new study, shows how engineered immune cells move faster to attack the tumor. The therapy can overcome physical barriers to allow a patient's own immune system to fight tumors.

Consumption of Ultra-processed Foods and Drinks, and Colorectal Cancer risk

Consumption of ultra-processed foods and drink could increase the risk of developing colorectal cancer, concluded a large study undertaken by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal).

Membrane Around Tumors May Be Key to Preventing Metastasis

Researchers at MIT discovered that the basement membrane of breast cancer tumors, despite appearing to be delicate, is actually as durable as plastic wrap and shockingly elastic like a party balloon, with the ability to expand to twice its original size.

Green Tea Compound Aids Tumor-suppressing, DNA-Repairing Protein

Published in Nature Communications, a study of the interaction between p53 and a green tea compound EGCG, points to a new target for cancer drug discovery.


Cancer is a group of diseases caused by the uncontrolled proliferation of aberrant cells within the body. These aberrant cells can develop tumors and...

Prostate Cancer: Study Highlights Possible Causes of Racial Disparities in Deaths

New research highlights potential causes of racial disparities in deaths following prostate cancer surgery. The findings are published in the journal CANCER.

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