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Lasers could soon help cure cancer

May 16, 2014

Lasers could soon help cure cancer

The approach involves using near-infrared beams of light that, upon penetrating deep into the body, are converted into visible light that activates the drug and destroys the tumour. #NewsTracker #Cancer #tumour #Oral cancer #Skin cancer #cancer research #laser treatment #photodynamic therapy
Facebook, Google tech gurus to design cancer research game for smartphones

Mar 01, 2013

Facebook, Google tech gurus to design cancer research game for smartphones

Scientists from a British cancer charity are teaming up with technology gurus from the likes of Amazon, Facebook and Google to design and develop a mobile game aimed at speeding the search for new cancer drugs. #social media #Facebook Inc #Google Inc. #TechBuzz #cancer research

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Facebook, Google tech gurus to design cancer research game for smartphones

Aug 01, 2014

Newser Jay Maeder dead at 67

When Jay Maeder was researching a story on the 1928 shooting of renowned crooked gambler Arnold Rothstein, he hit upon the quintessential tabloid epitaph. “Death: The One Game He Couldn't Fix.” Maeder loved it. Unfortunately, Maeder couldn't fix that...
Facebook, Google tech gurus to design cancer research game for smartphones

Jul 31, 2014

When Money Motivates Cancer Treatment Options

Last week, Dr. Pearl kicked off a three-part series on economic biases in medicine. His first installment revealed how money motivates bias in medical research. Today’s article follows the money trail to expose a different form of bias. And it's one ...
Facebook, Google tech gurus to design cancer research game for smartphones

Aug 18, 2014

Deaths from most common cancers fall by a third in past 20 years: Research, innovative drugs and advances in surgery help to boost survival rates

The latest figures from Cancer Research UK show the rate of death from breast, bowel, lung and prostate cancer combined fell by 30 per cent in the past 20 years...