Pancreatic Cancer News

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Apr

08

Researchers From Johns Hopkins University Describe Findings In Cancer Vaccines

Research findings, 'Inhibitory RNA molecules in immunotherapy for cancer,' are discussed in a new report. According to a study from the United States, Over the past few decades, our expanding knowledge of the mammalian immune system -how it is developed, activated, and regulated -has fostered hope that it may be harnessed in the future to successfully treat human cancer.

Apr

08

Researchers From Moffitt Cancer Center Publish New Studies And Findings In The Area Of Pancreatic Cancer Immunology

A new study, 'Identification of pancreatic cancer- specific cell-surface markers for development of targeting ligands,' is now available. According to recent research from the United States, Pancreatic cancer is generally detected at later stages with a poor prognosis and a high-mortality rate.

Apr

08

MITA Statement Regarding FDA Public Meeting On Medical Radiation

The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA), the leading association representing the manufacturers, innovators and developers of medical imaging and radiation therapy systems, said it is supportive of the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) ongoing interest to further reduce exposure to unnecessary medical radiation and minimize medical errors.

Apr

08

Studies From Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Yield New Information About Spinal Cord Disease Therapy

New investigation results, 'Myelopathies in patients with cancer,' are detailed in a study published in Archives of Neurology. According to recent research published in the journal Archives of Neurology, Myelopathy is a devastating neurologic complication of cancer.

Apr

06

Vitamin K2 Lowers Cancer Risk, Research Shows

Norwegian biopharma company NattoPharma ASA said today that a study, conducted in Germany, has suggested an anticarcinogenic effect of 42% of its product MenaQ7, or natural vitamin K2, on prostate cancer, while no effect was found for vitamin K1.

Apr

06

D-Fense: Powerful Vitamin Promotes Health

Dr. Jay Ginther had been treating patients for vitamin D deficiencies for several months before he realized that he, too, probably needed more of the nutrient.

Apr

06

To CT Or Not To CT?: Despite Concerns, Don't Give Up On Medical Procedure

As scientists and federal regulators debate the risk of radiation-induced cancer from CT scans, local radiologists caution that patients should not rule out the test's lifesaving abilities. CT -- or computerized tomography -- scans provide detailed, three-dimensional images of the body, but the diagnostic imaging test can carry as much radiation as about 100 chest X- rays.

Apr

01

New Pancreas Surgery Research From Seoul National University, Department Of Surgery Discussed

New investigation results, 'Clinical efficacy of organ-preserving pancreatectomy for benign or low-grade malignant potential lesion,' are detailed in a study published in Journal of Korean Medical Science. According to recent research from Seoul, Korea, The clinical usefulness of organ-preserving pancreatectomy is not well established due to technical difficulty and ambiguity of functional merit.

Apr

01

Chemotherapy Plus Synthetic Compound Provides Potent Anti-Tumor Effect In Pancreatic Cancers

Human pancreatic cancer cells dramatically regress when treated with chemotherapy in combination with a synthetic compound that mimics the action of a naturally occurring death- promoting protein found in cells, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found.

Apr

01

Studies From Semmelweis University Update Current Data On Pancreatic Cancer Immunology

Fresh data on pancreatic cancer are presented in the report 'Overexpression of glucocorticoid receptor in human pancreatic cancer and in xenografts. An immunohistochemical study.' Glucocorticoid receptor overexpression has been reported in a variety of human solid tumors, but much less in known about its presence in pancreatic cancer.

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