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Tag: cancer therapeutics

ctDNA and AI are the way forward in early cancer detection and metastatic treatment

We spoke with Dr David Guttery about his pioneering work using circulating tumour DNA to enable early detection, monitoring and therapeutic decision making for better patient outcomes in gynaecological cancers.

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Developing computationally derived imaging biomarkers for maximum clinical impact

Professor Anant Madabhushi is a world-recognised, award-winning leader in computerized imaging research and translational applications, with over 160 peer-reviewed journal publications and close to 100 patents issued or pending. He is a keynote speaker at the 6th Digital Pathology & AI Congress: USA. He explains here why having patents is not enough…

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How Human Tissue Samples are Shaping Cancer Therapy

Cancer Therapy

Thanks to advancements in human tissue sample procedures, we have been able to make major breakthroughs in cancer research. In the twenty-first century, epidemiological and clinical evidence have supported the claim that changes in metabolism can affect oncogenesis and tumour response to therapy.

It has been observed that metabolic conditions such as hyperglycemia, obesity, hyperlipidemia, and insulin resistance are directly associated with increased risk of cancer development as well as the acceleration of tumour progression. These findings indicate that statins and metformin may help decrease cancer-related deaths.

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The future of cancer therapeutics in the biomaterials space

We caught up with Morgan Alexander, Professor of Biomedical Surfaces, University of Nottingham, to discuss the issues within the NHS, barriers to moving biomaterials work into the clinic, and exciting advancements within the biomaterials space.

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