In a rare departure from normal services, in which this your Humble Writer pontificates on the questionable merits of reinterpretations of the Old Masters, waxes lyrical on our travels or peregrinations in general, shares epicurean delights in the form of a useful recipe or two, I thought I’d tell you what happened to me this month, well from most of November 2016 to even date. 1,848 more words
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Children that are diagnosed with the severe brain tumour malignant glioma often have a very poor prognosis, partly due to the fact that knowledge about how paediatric malignant gliomas occur and develop is very limited. 512 more words
Paul Arisa is now looking so cute after successfully undergoing an operation that cured him of a neck tumour after well-meaning Nigerians came to his aid. 95 more words
A new technology developed by Singapore scientists could potentially tell doctors how well patients are responding to cancer treatment.
Instead of looking at tumours, a team of scientists at the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (Smart) and Mechanobiology Institute at the National University of Singapore (NUS) decided to look at circulating tumour cells. 342 more words