Not only is cervical cancer one of the most common cancers in women — it’s also one of the deadliest. In fact, cervical cancer ranks as the third deadliest disease among women worldwide.
Short Bowel Syndrome is a medical disorder without a cure and with limited treatment options. But one EU-funded project aimed to change this by creating a functional small bowel using a patient’s own cells or tissue. The result has the potential to substantially improve the chances of survival and the standard of living for those suffering from the disorder.
Air pollution isn’t just bad for our hearts and lungs – it’s also harmful to our skin. To learn more, three young researchers from across Europe investigated the harmful impact different types of air pollution has on our skin and what we can do to better protect it.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating effect on society. To overcome it, research communities must take coordinated actions and share efforts, expertise, and technologies. This is particularly important as Europe works towards developing potential treatments and vaccines for the disease.
Neuroimaging is playing an increasingly critical role in the management and treatment of ischemic stroke, experts say.
A new retrospective Radiology research letter has determined that FDG uptake in axillary lymphadenopathy persisted seven to 10 weeks after the second mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine.
Understanding how some nanomaterials can cross the blood-brain barrier, and the effects they have, is important for environmental protection and novel treatments.
A routine follow-up PET scan of an oncologic patient left Daniel Steinberger, MD, assistant professor and a nuclear radiologist at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, puzzled.
Radiomics — an emerging field in medical imaging — shows promising results in tumor classification in colorectal cancer, new Radiology: Imaging Cancer research shows.
New research demonstrates that screening for the condition can help improve disease management and reduce its impact on the well-being of older people.
A new slippery coating could help reduce the trauma caused when neural devices are surgically implanted into the brain.