Pill halves risk of death in type of lung cancer

A pill has been shown to halve the risk of death from a certain type of lung cancer when taken daily after surgery to remove the tumor, according to clinical trial results presented on June 4.

The results were unveiled in Chicago at the largest annual conference of cancer specialists, hosted by the American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO).

Διάσημοι στέλνουν τις ευχές τους στην Τζέιν Φόντα μετά την ανακοίνωσή της για διάγνωση με καρκίνο

Διαγνώστηκε με λέμφωμα non-Hodgkin

Turkish Nobel laureate develops new method for cancer treatment

Türkiye's Nobel laureate in chemistry, Aziz Sancar, has conducted a study on a new method in the treatment of brain tumors that can be applied without damaging nerve cells.

"We carried out research on the fact that the EdU molecule activates the repair mechanism in intact DNA as if it was damaged," Sancar told daily Cumhuriyet.

Cancer patients say Covid infections influx causing delays in treatment

Ljubljana – The umbrella organisation representing cancer patients in Slovenia, Onko Net, expressed grave concern in the face of fast growing coronavirus infections in the country, which has already started causing delays in cancer treatments at some hospitals. They urge those in charge to take action.