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The cancer patients saw their tumours disappear after the treatment, and have been cancer-free for two years.
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German start-up Vara's tech may help doctors detect breast cancer earlier.
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Promising new tech for cancer treatment, golden retrievers successfully evacuated from Ukraine or surprising news from this year's World Happiness Report: here are five positive stories from this week.
Tiny worms could help sniff out lung cancer in its early stages
Scientists say the humble roundworm can smell cancer cells and may someday replace dogs in detecting tumours at an early stage.
First transplant using umbilical cord blood helps cure woman of HIV
Since receiving the blood treatment for Leukaemia from a naturally HIV-resistant donor, the woman has lived virus-free for 14 months.
How can Europe advance rare diseases innovation? | Euronews Debates
Euronews has gathered a panel of experts, industry leaders and key players in Brussels to address the issue of how rare disease provision can be advanced in the EU.
Cancer in Europe: How COVID is masking a deepening health crisis
A new data tool has exposed the true scale of a brewing European health crisis masked by efforts to get a grip on the COVID pandemic.
HPV vaccine cut cervical cancer rates by almost 90%, say researchers
The first-ever study of the UK's HPV vaccine programme found that the jab prevented thousands of cases of cancers and precancerous cells in the years since it was first offered to children.
Have we found the secret to longevity?
Researchers have designed an antibody that can recognise specific proteins on the surface of aged cells.
Alcohol most common cause of breast cancer, says WHO
There is no safe level of alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer increases with each unit of alcohol per day, the WHO has warned.
Could your antiperspirant deodorant cause breast cancer?
The question of whether aluminium found in antiperspirant deodorants could lead to breast cancer has been widely debated for several decades.
Why is this lab 3D printing a deadly cancerous tumour?
Researchers in Tel Aviv are using MRIs, CT scans and cells from patients suffering from Glioblastoma to 3D print tumours to find new treatments.
Could aspirin be the key to treating aggressive breast cancer?
A new study is looking at how the everyday painkiller could improve the effectiveness of other drugs in treating breast cancer.
Coming soon: The quick test that can detect cancer cells in urine
A nanoparticle diagnostic tool developed by MIT can detect cancer in urine. It could also be used in scans to detect the disease anywhere in the body.
The glow of fireflies is helping scientists find treatments for cancer
Researchers are reproducing the same chemical reaction that causes fireflies to light up in patients in a bid to help fight off disease.
One million cancer cases undiagnosed in Europe due to pandemic
The new data also showed that an estimated 100 million cancer screening tests were not performed in Europe during the pandemic, leading to later stage diagnoses and decreased overall survival.
Worst year on record for cancer diagnosis in the UK
Factors mostly involving the pandemic saw patients too worried to seek treatment, while struggling healthcare services forced further delays and cancellations.
How COVID-19 has caused deadly delays to diagnosing cancer
Meet the people who've had to battle cancer amid a COVID-19 pandemic.
Brussels wants to cut the proportion of smokers in the EU to just 5%
Margaritis Schinas, vice president of the European Commission, said he wanted to create a tobacco-free generation of Europeans.