Oncology & Cancer

How immune cells recognize the abnormal metabolism of cancer cells

When cells become tumor cells, their metabolism changes fundamentally. Researchers at the University of Basel and the University Hospital Basel have now demonstrated that this change leaves traces that could provide targets ...

Alzheimer's disease & dementia

What is childhood dementia? And how could new research help?

"Childhood" and "dementia" are two words we wish we didn't have to use together. But sadly, around 1,400 Australian children and young people live with currently untreatable childhood dementia.

Oncology & Cancer

Exploring ferroptosis and its implications in lung cancer

An estimated 2.2 million people suffer from lung cancer worldwide, making it the second most common type of cancer. Though improvements in treatment have been made, the overall survival rate of lung cancer patients is low, ...

Sports medicine & Kinesiology

New strategy to facilitate muscle regeneration after injury

Muscle injuries are common in the active population, and they cause the majority of player retirements in the world of sports. Depending on the severity, recovery of muscle function is quite slow and may require surgery, ...

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