A University of Wolverhampton scientist has received a grant worth Â£15,000 from leading research charity Breast Cancer Campaign to investigate improvements to chemotherapy treatment. Around 40 per cent of cancers are resistant to chemotherapy and some patients will see their breast cancer return.
Scientists have begun a three-year study to analyse why cancer patients become resistant to treatments designed to fight the disease. A research team from Kingston University has been awarded Â£99,000 to investigate why some tumours... Read Post
South Dakota State University scientists are investigating whether "stressing" cancer cells can make cancer radiation treatment and chemotherapy more effective. Professor Xiangming Guan of SDSU's Department of Pharmaceutical Science... Read Post