New study has revealed that supercharging the mutation rate in cancer cells could create a “powerful vaccine” that is able to boost the effectiveness of immunotherapy. The international study, which was carried out by scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, US, and the University of Leeds, forced cancer
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A new handheld 3D printer can deposit sheets of skin to cover large burn wounds and its “bio-ink” can increase the healing process. Developed by a team of researchers from the University of Toronto Engineering and Sunnybrook Hospital, the device covers wounds with a uniform sheet of biomaterial, stripe by stripe. The bio-ink dispensed by
A new type of scan that involves magnetising molecules allows doctors to see in real-time which regions of a breast tumour are active. Meaning that researchers can, for the first time, demonstrated that carbon-13 hyperpolarised imaging, can be used to monitor breast cancer. The team based at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and the