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Blood Cancer

Blood Cancer Awareness: Blood Cancer Treatment in India | IHW.tv [Video]

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Skin Cancer

Research on “molecular drills” of skin cancer cells offers hope for treatment [Video]

Institute of Cancer Research in London Gene isolates that allow melanoma cells to spread#Research #moleculardrills #skin #cancercellsThe cancer cells of the skin produce “molecular forests” to penetrate healthy tissues and spread around the body, according to research that increases the prospect of new therapies for the disease. The researchers used robotic microscopy to capture the formation of exercises by melanoma cells which were cultivated in 3D material of the skin in the laboratory. The exercises help the tumor cells to fix and puncture the holes in the cells and the surrounding structures, allowing cancer to move beyond the site where it forms and reaches other tissues and organs. “This is the first time that this type of change in cell form has been associated with any type of metastatic cancer,” said Chris Bakal, professor of cancer morphodynamics at the London Cancer Research Institute. Melanoma levels have more than doubled in the United Kingdom since the 1990s, with more than 16,000 people newly diagnosed with the disease each year. At first, tumors can often be eliminated by surgeons, but cancer becomes more difficult to treat because it spreads to other parts of the body. Bakal and his colleagues cultivated melanoma cells in a 3D matrix rich in collagen, one of the main proteins found in the skin. By exhausting the genes in cancer cells one by one, they discovered a particular gene, Arhgef9, which was crucial for the formation of molecular exercises. The gene is found in all human cells, but in adults, it tends to be activated in brain cells to help them establish new connections. Much earlier in human development, the gene allows neurons to produce their own drill structures, which help cells spread through the body and wire the nervous system. By writing in the journal ISCIENCE, the researchers describe how the deactivation of the ARHGEF9 gene in the melanoma cells has destabilized molecular exercises so that cancer can no longer fix and engage in neighboring tissues. The observation increases hopes of new therapies for melanoma and possibly other cancers, such as neuroblastoma, which can spread in the same way. Although the mutations of the ARHGEF9 gene are linked to a wide range of neurological disorders, the gene is considered more important during early development than to adulthood. If this is the case, the development of drugs to inhibit the gene could block the spread of melanoma without serious side effects. “We believe that the disarmament of the exercise is likely to have a general demand,” said Bakal, although it suspects that the process will not be relevant for all melanomas. Because the gene is very active in this metastatic

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Colon Cancer

Immunotherapy Drug Trial: Cancer Colorectal Disappeared in All Patients! #Shorts [Video]

Many of you know that I am a breast cancer survivor and any news about cancer research catches my eye. Today I want to tell you about this amazing study at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Center where there was a colorectal cancer study done on 14 people with locally advanced colorectal cancer where all 14 people were cured with no surgery, radiation or chemotherapy.Watch Full video here:➡️ https://youtu.be/LRJw8CszkNk Next videos to watch:Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every woman should know breast cancer facts.➡️ https://youtu.be/3N39xMKigd8 How To Overcome Cancer Fears when diagnosed with cancer. Breast Cancer Awareness Month.➡️ https://youtu.be/AC0A1tkzmz0 Diagnostic Tests That Save Lives – What Tests Have The Most Impact?➡️ https://youtu.be/jLiTxmYWjpoDo you love bread, pasta and cake? 🥖 🥐 🥯 You need to know about gluten intolerance➡️ https://youtu.be/vgV6cTsMQ30 You Can ABSOLUTELY Get a Neck Lift Without Surgery! Here’s How!➡️ https://youtu.be/8H6EMBNiDFY ————————————————————————————————————————————————–Please subscribe to my Spa Runner channel ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/c/SPARUNNER————————————————————————————————————————————————–I am Alla Shapiro. I am the owner of the Woodhouse Day Spas in Montclair, Red Bank and Hoboken, NJ. Spa Runner Channel is dedicated to Health, Wellness and Beauty. The content here is what every woman should know in order to be well and feel great about herself. Please subscribe and share with your friends.The Woodhouse Day Spa – Montclair, NJ: Phone: 973-509-8488 Website: https://Montclair.woodhousespas.com The Woodhouse Day Spa – Red Bank, NJ: Phone: 732-345-7300 Website: https://Redbank.woodhousespas.com The Woodhouse Day Spa – Hoboken, NJ is now OPENPhone: (201) 254-8200Website: https://Hoboken.woodhousespas.com Contact me at SpaRunnerWAlla@gmail.comFollow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spa_runner_wallaWoodhouse Day Spas offer a variety of services such as Massage, Facials, Nail Services, Waxing and Body Services.#Shorts #MemorialSloanKetteringCenter #Dostarlimab #Immunotherapy #DostarlimabDrug #ColorectalCancerStudy #DrugTrial #CancerStudy #Cancer #CancerCenter #Treatment #Health #Wellness #Longevity #SpaRunner #CancerSurvivor

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Colon Cancer

Erectile dysfunction drugs may increase the effects of chemotherapy in esophagus cancer [Video]

A group of drugs commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction can increase the effect of chemotherapy on esophageal cancer, according to new research funded by Cancer Research UK and the Medical Research Council.#Erectiledysfunction #drugsmay #ableboost #effectchemotherapyA group of drugs commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction can be able to stimulate the effect of chemotherapy in esophagus cancer, according to new research funded by Cancer Research UK and the Medical Research Council.This research, published today in Cell reputs Medicine, revealed that drugs, known as PDE5 inhibitors, can reverse resistance to chemotherapy by targeting cells called fibroblasts associated with cancer residing in the area surrounding the tumor.Although it is early research on discovery, PDE5 inhibitors combined with chemotherapy can be able to reduce the esophageal tumors that chemotherapy could not fight against chemotherapy resistance, which is ‘One of the major challenges in the treatment of esophagus cancer.Esophagus cancer affects the food hose that connects your mouth to your stomach, and although it is relatively rare cancer, the United Kingdom has one of the higher rates in the world, with 9 300 new cases of esophagus cancer in the United Kingdom each year.Currently, this disease has much lower treatment and treatment options compared to other cancers, with around 1 in 10 survivor to their illness for 10 years or more. Part of this is that, in many cases, it can be resistant to chemotherapy, with around 80% of people who do not respond.Resistance to chemotherapy in esophagus cancer is influenced by tumor microenvironnement, the area that rings the tumor. This is made up of molecules, blood vessels and cells such as fibroblasts associated with cancer, which are important for tumor growth. It feeds the tumor and can act as a protective cape, preventing treatments like chemotherapy from having an effect.The team of researchers led by Professor Tim Underwood of the University of Southampton wanted to identify the cells of the tumor microenvironnement which protects the tumor from the treatment so that they can target them.The researchers discovered that the PDE5 levels, an enzyme initially found in the wall of the blood vessels are higher in esophageal adenocarcinoma compared to healthy esophageal tissue. High levels of PDE5 have been found in CAF in tumor microenvironment. They also found that a high expression of PDE5 is associated with a worse overall survival, which suggests that the PDE5 would be an effective target for treatment.After that, the researchers tested a PDE5 inhibitor, PDE5I, on the CAF of esophageal tumors. They found that PDE5I could delete CAF activity and make them more like normal fibroblasts.Then collaborating

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Blood Cancer

Blood Cancer Video Library – CAR T-Cell Therapy Patients with Relapsed Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

For the GRACE Blood Cancer Video Library, Dr. Aaron Goodman, Associate Professor of Medicine Hematology/Oncology, at Moores Cancer Center, UC San Diego with specialties in Leukemia & Lymphoma, Blood & Marrow Transplant, and Medical Oncology, talks about CAR T-Cell therapy for patients with relapsed Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma.For this video update, Dr. Aaron Goodman explains the process of CAR-T Cell Therapy. Thank you to our sponsors! #karyopharm #pharmacyclicsFor more, please visit http://cancerGRACE.org/. To join the conversation, visit https://cancergrace.org/forums/blood-cancer.

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Blood Cancer

Blood Cancer Video Library – Treatment Options for Relapsed Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

For the GRACE Blood Cancer Video Library, Dr. Aaron Goodman, Associate Professor of Medicine Hematology/Oncology, at Moores Cancer Center, UC San Diego with specialties in Leukemia & Lymphoma, Blood & Marrow Transplant, and Medical Oncology talks about treatment options for Relapsed Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma.For this video update, Dr. Aaron Goodman discusses treatment options for patients who relapse after R-CHOP first-line treatment.Thank you to our sponsors! #karyopharm #pharmacyclicsFor more, please visit http://cancerGRACE.org/. To join the conversation, visit https://cancergrace.org/forums/blood-cancer.

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Blood Cancer

Blood Cancer Video Library – Immunotherapy Treatments B-Cell Non-Hodgkin’s: Bispecific Antibodies

For the GRACE Blood Cancer Video Library, Dr. Joshua Brody, Associate Professor of Hematology and Medical Oncology, Associate Professor of Oncological Sciences and Director of the Lymphoma Immunotherapy Program at The Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital joins us to discuss emerging immunotherapy treatments for B-Cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: Bispecific Antibodies.For this video update, Dr. Joshua Brody discusses the use of bispecific antibodies in the treatment of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.Thank you to our sponsors! #karyopharm #pharmacyclicsFor more, please visit http://cancerGRACE.org/. To join the conversation, visit https://cancergrace.org/forums/blood-cancer.

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Blood Cancer

Blood Cancer – acute – HOW it HAPPENS ? [Video]

In acute leukemia “Blood cancer” (ALL & AML), the abnormal blood cells are immature blood cells (blasts). – They can’t carry out their normal functions, and they multiply rapidly, so the disease worsens quickly. – “Acute” means that leukemia can progress quickly, and if not treated, would probably be fatal within a few months.