MSU and Venn Therapeutics develop promising therapy to delay B16 melanoma tumor growth
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  April 18, 2017  
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 MSU and Venn Therapeutics develop promising therapy to delay B16 melanoma tumor growthMSU and Venn Therapeutics develop promising therapy to delay B16 melanoma tumor growth
 
Michigan State University researchers presented promising cancer therapy results at the American Association for Cancer Research International Meeting in Washington, DC.
 
 
 Th17 cell durability offers promise for next-generation adoptive cancer immunotherapy trialsTh17 cell durability offers promise for next-generation adoptive cancer immunotherapy trials
 
Medical University of South Carolina investigators report that long-term expansion protocols for adoptive cancer immunotherapy do not compromise Th17 cells' effectiveness against large tumors, in the March 9, 2017 issue of JCI Insight.
 
   ASTRO issues new clinical guideline for management of oropharyngeal cancer with radiation therapyASTRO issues new clinical guideline for management of oropharyngeal cancer with radiation therapy
 
The American Society for Radiation Oncology today issued a new clinical guideline for the management of oropharyngeal cancer.
 
   Scientists develop lab-scale laser device for treatments based on optical hyperthermia applicationsScientists develop lab-scale laser device for treatments based on optical hyperthermia applications
 
Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, in collaboration with Universitat Politécnica de Valencia and CIBER's Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine, have designed a laser device specifically designed for optical hyperthermia applications.
 
   Study explains how genetic mutations linked to telomere capping complex contribute to cancersStudy explains how genetic mutations linked to telomere capping complex contribute to cancers
 
Scientists at The Wistar Institute have unveiled part of the protein complex that protects telomeres-;the ends of our chromosomes. The study, published online in Nature Communications, explains how a group of genetic mutations associated with this protein complex contributes to various cancers.
 
 SFU researchers develop optical diagnostic probe for non-invasive detection of breast cancer
 
SFU researchers develop optical diagnostic probe for non-invasive detection of breast cancerSimon Fraser University researchers have created a patent-pending, optical diagnostic probe capable of safely and non-invasively detecting early stage breast cancer.
 
 
 Pharmaceuticals containing cannabinoids may be effective against skin diseases, say researchers
 
Pharmaceuticals containing cannabinoids may be effective against skin diseases, say researchersCannabinoids contain anti-inflammatory properties that could make them useful in the treatment of a wide-range of skin diseases, according to researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.