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Donanemab For Alzheimer's Gets Unanimous Thumbs Up From FDA Panel

Posted in Medicine, Science on 13th Jun, 2024
by Alex Muller

If approved, donanemab will expand the first class of disease-modifying drugs, serving as the building blocks for future generations of drugs.

Researchers Developing Ultra-sensitive Blood Test With Potential To Revolutionise Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s

Posted in Medicine, Science on 13th Jun, 2024
by Alex Muller

Researchers at the University of York are using light-based technology to develop a simple and cost-effective blood test for Alzheimer’s disease.

One Test To Detect Multiple Cancers – Where Are We Now?

Posted in Medicine, Science on 13th Jun, 2024
by Alex Muller

Most cancers diagnosed at an earlier stage have a better prognosis. Detecting and diagnosing cancer earlier can mean there are more treatment options for patients and, ultimately, can help people survive cancer and lead longer, better lives.

New Glioblastoma Treatment Reaches Human Brain Tumor And Helps Immune Cells Recognize Cancer Cells

Posted in Medicine, Science on 11th Jun, 2024
by Alex Muller

Novel immunotherapy is first-in-human treatment for this brain cancer.

Glowing Dye That Clings To Cancer Cells Gives Doctors ‘second Pair Of Eyes’

Posted in Medicine, Science on 11th Jun, 2024
by Alex Muller

The fluorescent dye shows up cancer cells and where they may have spread into other tissues, such as the pelvis and lymph nodes.