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Irish scientists found that a specific molecule could selectively kill the cells of triple negative breast cancer while sparing normal cells. Photograph: iStock. Irish scientists have discovered a molecule that can selectively kill cells of a hard-to-treat type of breast cancer, which could lead to a new therapy with better outcomes for patients. The researchers at the RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences in Dublin tested different molecules to see if they could selectively kill the cells of triple negative breast cancer while sparing normal cells. They found that a specific molecule, known as BAS-2, was able to do this.
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A breakthrough breast cancer therapy which requires just one shot of radiotherapy unlike the traditional treatment which takes weeks has been found to be as effective in treating the illness. The study, published in the BMJ , looks at the therapy developed by University College London clinicians which is increasingly accessible throughout the world. Researchers confirmed the long-term effectiveness of the breast cancer single-dose treatment known as Targeted Intraoperative Radiotherapy TARGIT-IORT which is carried out straight after tumour removal through a small ball-shaped device placed inside the breast exactly where the cancer was. The treatment takes about 20 to 30 minutes to carry out and eradicates the need for additional hospital visits — taking far less time out of patient's lives and thereby boosting their well-being. It should be accessible to healthcare providers and discussed with patients when surgery for breast cancer is being planned. Around 55, women and men are diagnosed with breast cancer, which is the most prevalent type of cancer in the UK, each year — with around 11, women and 80 men dying from the disease in Britain every year.
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Think pink wristbands to support Breast Cancer awareness! Because of grassroots efforts to increase awareness of breast cancer, the color pink has become well known with the disease. October is breast cancer awareness month, and pink ribbons are found everywhere during October and even throughout the year.
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The solution has been in development since the end of , with an aim to assist doctors in making accurate and quick decisions in medical imaging. The solution will have six diagnostic functions, with two of them being implemented in the immediate future, including diagnosis in lung disease through chest radiography and diagnosis of breast cancer through mammography. The four remaining functions will be put into operation in , including diagnosis of lung cancer, liver cancer, stroke, and brain tumors. Dr Le Tuan Linh, Head of Diagnostic Imaging Department, Hanoi Medical University Hospital, said that early detection of cancer through diagnostic imaging plays an important role in successful cancer treatment. The application of AI in this field will provide effective support for cancer screening.
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