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Virginia Commonwealth University’s latest research introduces a novel, urine-based test for ovarian cancer, utilizing nanotechnology to identify specific peptides, offering a new avenue for early detection and enhancing patient care strategies.
Hematology/Oncology February 26th 2024
Improving Treatment for Women and Girls with von Willebrand Disease
Advancements in von Willebrand Disease (VWD) treatments, including emicizumab and BT200 (rondoraptivon pegol), are heralding a new age of personalized care, addressing the complex needs of patients with this challenging bleeding disorder.
Hematology February 5th 2024
Four Feinberg Faculty Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Advancing kidney health. Nanoscience. Bioanalytics. Biomaterials. Fighting pediatric leukemias. What’s the common thread? They describe the areas of research focus for four electees to AAAS this year.
All Specialties May 2nd 2023
Applications of Nanotechnology in Medical Field: A Brief Review
This synopsis and overview of current research in nanotechnology in medicine is aimed at helping researchers, engineers, and scientists – and is of interest to the clinician as well.
All Specialties April 26th 2023
The Promising Potential of Nanotechnology in Breast Cancer Care
Nanoformulations including liposomes, nanofibers, nanocapsules, dendrimers, and nanoparticles are currently being developed as solutions to remaining obstacles in cancer care. Some have already shown evidence of their ability to prevent cancer cell proliferation, lessen the risk of recurrence, minimize the chance of post-chemotherapy metastasis, and improve breast implants’ performance through better cell growth scaffolding.
Oncology, Medical April 26th 2023