Promising cancer therapy advanced by chemical explanation

Radiation therapy: A chilling word that creates images of burn-injuries where the cancer killing ray went through the skin. For decades research hospitals have been investigating the alternative method Hadron therapy, or particle therapy, where runaway cells are bombarded with 'naked' atomic nuclei or protons. When the particles pass through sick cells the collision creates chemical reactions preventing further cell division. Now researchers have discovered an unknown reaction caused by the therapy.
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Source: BJU International - Category: Urology & Nephrology Authors: Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
This study's researchers approached all people turning 85 in 2006 in two cities in the UK for participation. At the beginning of the study in 2006-2007, there were 722 participants, 60 percent of whom were women. The participants provided researchers with information about what they ate every day, their body weight and height measurements, their overall health assessment (including any level of disability), and their medical records. The researchers learned that more than one-quarter (28 percent) of very old adults had protein intakes below the recommended dietary allowance. The researchers noted that older adults w...
Source: Fight Aging! - Category: Research Authors: Tags: Newsletters Source Type: blogs
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Everything from your workouts to your sleep schedule can influence how many calories you burn throughout the day. And according to a small new study, there may be a time of day during which your body naturally burns the most calories. That’s likely thanks to circadian rhythms, which control the body’s internal clock and sleep and wake cycles. These rhythms can also influence calorie burning, according to the research, which was published Thursday in Current Biology. At rest, humans burn about 10% more calories in the late afternoon than they do late at night, laboratory experiments found. That equals about 130...
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Authors: Cao RY, Li J, Dai Q, Li Q, Yang J Abstract Muscle atrophy is the loss of muscle mass and strength, and it occurs in many diseases, such as cancer, AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), congestive heart failure, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), renal failure, and severe burns. Muscle atrophy accompanied by cachexia worsens patient's life quality and increases morbidity and mortality. To date there is no effective treatment on that. Here we summarize the diagnosis methods and cellular mechanisms of muscle atrophy. We also discuss the current strategies in muscle atrophy treatment and highli...
Source: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology - Category: Research Tags: Adv Exp Med Biol Source Type: research
This study will provide an up-to-date review regarding nutritional considerations and resistance exercise countermeasures in the prevention of muscle mass loss and recovery of muscle mass in muscle atrophy secondary to immobilization or in sarcopenic obesity. We do not address muscle atrophy in disease states associated with inflammation (rheumatoid arthritis, COPD, cancer cachexia, AIDS, burns, sepsis, and uremia) which are governed by particular mechanisms of muscle loss. PMID: 30390267 [PubMed - in process]
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Conclusions: Furthermore, education of patients to avoid deleterious sun exposure may help decrease MM incidence. PMID: 30362311 [PubMed - in process]
Source: Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention - Category: Cancer & Oncology Tags: Asian Pac J Cancer Prev Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 25 October 2018Source: BurnsAuthor(s): Dulharie Wijeratne, Jennifer Rodger, Andrew Stevenson, Hilary Wallace, Cecilia M. Prêle, Fiona M. Wood, Mark W. FearAbstractEphrin ligand/Eph receptor signaling is important in both tissue development and homeostasis. There is increasing evidence that Ephrin/Eph signaling is important in the skin, involved in hair follicle cycling, epidermal differentiation, cutaneous innervation and skin cancer. However, there is currently limited information on the role of Ephrin/Eph signaling in cutaneous wound healing. Here we report the effects of the Ephr...
Source: Burns - Category: Dermatology Source Type: research
eau S Abstract PURPOSE: Cancer caregivers are at high risk of burn-out, with potential severe consequences on professionals' health and on patients' care. We have investigated the prevalence of burn-out and its impact in terms of psychological morbidity among French radiation oncologists. METHODS AND MATERIALS: An anonymous online questionnaire was advertised in all French senior radiation oncologists and residents, including demographical data, job-related stress factors, drug use, the Maslach Burn-out Inventory (MBI) and the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12). RESULTS: The response rates were 37% (7...
Source: Cancer Radiotherapie - Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Tags: Cancer Radiother Source Type: research
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