Scientists developed a revolutionary new way to measure time
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Despite significant advancements in the field of time measurement the fundamental operating principle of these devices remains the same.
Breakthrough new vaccine proves very effective against skin and pancreatic cancer
Cancer cells have long been a challenge for the immune system to identify and attack, as they create an environment that blocks immune cells
Groundbreaking cancer treatment has 88% success rate, study finds
The experimental treatment has put 88 per cent of patients with multiple myeloma into remission, researchers say
3D printed wound dressing improves treatment for burns and cancer patients
One of the challenges in treating burn victims is the frequency of dressing changes, which can be extremely painful.
New FDA approved drug results in 50+ pound weight loss
This marks a major development in the field of obesity treatment, as tirzepatide offers an alternative to traditional weight loss methods.
AI is now more accurate at predicting breast cancer than conventional risk models
AI algorithms outperformed the standard clinical risk model for predicting the five-year risk for breast cancer.
Breakthrough cancer research converts cancer cells back into normal cells
To find new ways to treat triple-negative breast cancer, researchers differentiated cancer cells to convert them into less harmful cells.
First-ever experiment proves light travels in both space and time
Physicists have achieved a significant milestone in the world of quantum physics by recreating the famous double-slit experiment in time.
New drug successfully treats glioma, a deadly brain cancer
The finding suggests a possible new treatment option for people with the slow-growing but deadly brain tumor.
Groundbreaking cancer drug produced from plant found only in rainforests
Researchers have discovered a rapid and sustainable way to synthetically produce a promising cancer-fighting compound right in the lab.
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