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A team of scientists has achieved a breakthrough step in the quest for a universal screening blood test that can detect multiple cancers early.
A new approach that targets different cancer cell groups within single tumors based on their respective sensitivities to a drug is reported in the scientific journal Nature Medicine on January 15.
Administration of treatment for heart failure (myocardial disease) currently includes either oral or needle-based routes (injection or intravenous). Scientists have now devised a new inhalable therapy for heart failure.
Researchers in Germany and Austria have created an electronic skin that can extract information from its surroundings to manipulate physical and virtual objects without touching them.