Cancer Cure News
Organic compounds called phenazines can kill cancer cells while leaving others unharmed, suggest scientists
Scientists at the Tokyo University of Science are now hoping to take the findings of their study further by conducting animal studies and clinical trials to see if phenazinones, a category of phenazines, can be developed into anticancer drugs
A Kerala-based medical institution has bagged the US patent for turmeric-based cancer therapy: Here's how it works
Researchers associated with the project said that the therapy will attack cancerous cells and not affect healthy cells.
Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer as well as the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in women worldwide.
Scientists may have found a way to kill all types of cancer cells and shrink the tumours by building on top of a 200-year-old medical breakthrough.
One of the reasons why medical researchers haven’t been able to find a cure for cancer yet is the unpredictability of the disease.
Scientists at the University of Texas in Dallas (UT Dallas), U.S., reported that the ketogenic diet may help to stall the spread of certain types of cancer.
Microgravity, stem cells and cancer: IIT Madras takes a new approach to finding a treatment for cancer
A research team at IIT Madras has been successful in isolating cancer stem cells by growing colorectal cancer cells in a microgravity environment.
The molecules from sea lamprey combined with other therapies can reach brain tumours when other medicines can't.
CRISPR could cut out or replace different lengths of faulty DNA causing life-threating conditions.
Cervical cancer is quickly growing as a leading cause of death among female cancer patients.
Here's the first woman in the world to have her breast cancer completely eradicated using her own immune cells
Judy Perkins who was given a few months to live from an advanced stage of breast cancer has now been completely cleared off the disease.
Women in Science: What Sonam Mehrotra's studies on DNA replication and damage mean for cancer research
This week, in our #WomenInScience series, we're profiling the work of ACTREC's cancer biologist Sonam Mehrotra