A new antibody therapy for children with medulloblastoma has shown promise during a Phase I clinical trial. The antibody, which targets a protein that enables cancer cells to multiply and spread, was well tolerated and helped to stabilize the disease.
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Scientists have injected a human medical trial participant with a virus that is designed to kill cancer cells. The treatment is known as oncolytic virus therapy, in which a natural virus is genetically modified to enter cancer cells and replicate ...
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According to details, the experimental virus is called Vaxinia. Its scientific name is CF33-hNIS. It is a genetically modified virus designed specifically to target cancer cells while leaving healthy ones. ALSO READ.
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It would be the first known case of Naegleria fowleri in Nebraska's history, if confirmed by the CDC. It causes primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM)
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AAmong the many many worrying penalties of Covid-19, neuropsychiatric situations rank excessive. A yr in the past, researchers from the College of Oxford.
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A rapid monkeypox diagnostic test will allow for detection immediately after known or possible exposure to an infected individual. With contact tracing (as already employed in Europe), pre-clinical infections will be identified, and treatment initiated.
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Sleep Now is a new natural formula that helps individuals have a deeper, more restful sleep using a blend of herbal extracts. According to the manufacturer, Sleep Now is designed to help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep, so you wake up feeling ...
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Health officials say a child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in the Elkhorn River in eastern Nebraska on Sunday.
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