Doctors are increasingly finding the relationship between cancer and stress. The medical community comes to the conclusion that human health problems must be considered as a whole, without sharing the body and consciousness. Disputes are underway and research is being conducted in the hope of proving that cancer can be a stress-inducing mechanism for cancer development.
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Cancer is one of the most common causes of mortality in the world, so scientists and doctors do not tire to look for ways to overcome it. One of the most effective ways to combat cancer today is targeting therapy. What is its essence, what are the advantages and disadvantages of this method of treatment? Continue reading
A new method destroys cancer T-cells without damaging the healthy.
Scientists from Cardiff University have found a way to find and destroy abnormal T-cells, leading to the development of T-cell lymphoma, reports MedicalXpress.
Lymphoma is formed from degenerated immune cells – lymphocytes. There are two types of lymphocytes: B-cells and T-cells. Recent developments have helped find a way to heal a patient from B-cell lymphoma, but T-cell lymphoma remains one of the most aggressive and difficult to treat forms of cancer. Continue reading