Veterinary surgeons at the Ontario Veterinary College and researchers from the University of Guelph (both ON, Canada) have worked together to fit a 3D printed titanium plate for surgery on a dog’s skull, in what has been described as a ‘breakthrough’ in cancer research.
Browsing: emerging technologies
Student aims to 3D print breast cancer tumors in an attempt to provide faster and more effective treatment for the disease.
A novel imaging technology to grade tumor biopsies has been developed by a team of scientists, eradicating human subjectivity and ensuring patients get the correct treatment.
An innovative new platform could transform the way cancer is diagnosed and treated by automating the isolation of circulating tumor cells.
How can ASCO’s CancerLinQ help us manage the vast amount of data required to provide high-quality cancer care?
A novel ‘labyrinth’ chip is isolating cancer cells from the blood of patients with an aggressive form of breast cancer in a clinical trial.
This article reviews progress made in the creation of a transplantable artificial ovary and discusses future trends for its development.
Handheld instrument identifies cancerous tissue during surgery, providing surgeons with accurate diagnostic information about what tissue to cut or preserve.
The use of a new smartphone app could detect early signs of pancreatic cancer, potentially helping to diagnose pancreatic cancer whilst tumors are still treatable.
The present review focuses on the role of technology in cancer care, health information technology (HIT) and social media.