The deep learning filter improves the accuracy of detecting cell mutations and the accuracy of cancer diagnosis

Based on deep learning technology, Deepfilter automatically filters out false positive results generated in next-generation gene sequencing technologies to improve the accuracy and efficiency of cancer diagnosis and treatment. Credit: Tsinghua Science and Technology, Tsinghua University Press Next-generation cancer strategies are based on next-generation gene sequencing (NGS), which paves the way for new techniques and … Read more

Do you know what matters for five days a day?

Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables each day has been promoted since the 1990s. But, despite decades digging into our brains, surveys still show that we mistakenly believe foods like jam, chips, and wine count towards the goal. As another study today warned about the potential dangers of ultra-processed foods and pointed to the … Read more

The Art and Science of Fitness | A fitness enthusiast who bravely fought cancer

Cancer can be a scary thing to endure. With the diagnosis often—and understandably so—comes the fear of death. But it doesn’t always have to be like this. With advances in medicine and oncology, cancer doesn’t have to scare us as much as it once did. And to prove my point, I’d like to take you … Read more

Genetic clues revealed for ‘devastating’ sarcoma diagnosis

Genetic variants in pathways associated with mitotic cell functions and telomeres appear to be associated with risk of sarcoma and may increase susceptibility to other cancers, even among patients’ close relatives, suggesting findings from the first comprehensive genetic mapping of the disease. Research published in Sciences On January 19, the genetic analysis of nearly 1,650 … Read more

Aethlon Medical announces its contract with NAMSA to develop clinical programs for blood purification in cancer

San DiegoAnd January 30, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Aethlon Medical, Inc. (Nasdaq: AEMD), a company that develops medical technology to treat cancer and life-threatening infectious diseases, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with NAMSA, a leading global MedTech organization for contract research. (CRO) Provides comprehensive development services to supervise clinical trials for the … Read more

Annie Werching dies at 45: Actress best known for roles in 24, Posh, Timeless

Actress Annie Wershing, best known for spots on TV shows like Timeless and 24, has died after a nearly three-year battle with cancer. On social media, friends and family of the star confirmed Wershing’s death, which came years after he was diagnosed with cancer in the summer of 2020. A skilled professional, Wersching continued shooting … Read more

Cancer risk: “A change in bowel habits and a non-healing ulcer should never be left unchecked.”

In 2022, approximately 14,16,427 people will be diagnosed with cancer. Lung and breast cancer were the most common types of cancer. In India, cancer cases are on the rise. Data shows that one in nine people is likely to develop cancer in his/her life.Dr. Rakesh MP, Assistant Professor, Medical Oncology, Amrita Hospital shares, “Cancer is … Read more

A study finds that weight loss surgery extends life

CNN – Weight loss surgery lowers the risk of premature death, particularly from obesity-related conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart disease, according to a new 40-year study of nearly 22,000 people who had bariatric surgery in Utah. The study found that people who underwent one of four types of weight-loss surgery were less likely to … Read more

Genetic determinants and absence of breast cancer in the Xavante Indians of the Sangraduro Reserve, Brazil

Ethics statement Permission was obtained from Fundação Nacional do Índio (FUNAI) after approval by the Research Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Medicine of the Federal University of Mato Grosso (UFMT), and the National Research Ethics Committee (Authorization No. 1004/2001). Written consents, which were recorded and archived, were obtained from all subjects prior to the … Read more

Colonoscopy follow-up rates after a positive screening result for colorectal cancer are low

January 23, 2023 3 minutes to read Source/Disclosures Disclosures: Mohl reported receiving out-of-study grants from the AARP that provided funding to the Association of American Medical Group to support development of a follow-up screening procedure for colorectal cancer. Please see the study for all relevant other author disclosures. Add a subject to email alerts Receive … Read more