Immunology

The immune system's double agents

A new Tel Aviv University study examined for the first time the development of a glioblastoma cancerous tumor in animal models with a normal immune system, in order to best simulate the development of the tumor in humans. ...

Medications

Personalized treatments for blood and bone cancer

Personalization, something made especially for you, can make everything better, from the clothes you wear to the car you drive. Now, the type of medical treatment you receive can also be personalized.

Oncology & Cancer

Tissue-engineered prostate tumours shed light on cancer spread

The international team led by Dr. Jacqui McGovern, from the Centre for Biomedical Technologies, used tissue engineering and regenerative medicine principles to create primary tumors with their microenvironment and humanized ...

Oncology & Cancer

Blood cancer cures and care: Addressing leukemia and lymphoma

Every four minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with a type of blood cancer, such as lymphoma or leukemia. According to the American Cancer Society's estimates, approximately 60,530 cases of leukemia and 90,000 ...

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Bone tumor

A bone tumor refers to a neoplasic growth of tissue in bone. It can be used for both benign and malignant abnormal growths found in bone, but is most commonly used for primary tumors of bone, such as osteosarcoma. It is may be applied to secondary bone tumors, i.e. metastatic tumors found in bone.

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