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Month: October 2019

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Researchers Develop Promising Test for Earlier Detection of Ovarian Cancer

October 24, 2019

Unfortunately, an established test for ovarian cancer, the CA125 test, is limited in its power and not recommended for general screening. Researchers in Ireland have come up with a potential improvement, a blood test that may be able to detect ovarian cancer one to two years earlier than current approaches.

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Stem Cells Engineered to Attack Multiple Cancer Types in Mice

October 17, 2019

One dose of one treatment to defeat multiple types of cancers? That’s the intriguing, if far-off, possibility suggested by a new development by UCLA scientists working with mice. The scientists focused on boosting production of “killer” immune cells that, though powerful, aren’t naturally prevalent enough in humans to make much of a difference for cancer patients.

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Eight Questions with Benjamin Bielak

October 10, 2019

Veteran health care informatics expert Benjamin Bielak recently joined iSpecimen as its first Chief Information Officer. He is the subject of our latest Q&A… The iSpecimen Marketplace is often compared to eBay or Amazon for clarity, but it’s certainly more complicated than that. What are the biggest technology challenges of an online marketplace not for […]

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Researchers Report Progress in Liquid Biopsy for Breast Cancer

October 1, 2019

October officially kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women with about 245,000 new cases and 41,000 deaths each year.

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