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  Argentina
  Australia
  Austria
  Bangladesh
  Belarus
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Cancer


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Photo of article Better planned care improves cancer patient welfare

An EU-funded project carried out an 'advance care planning' trial on patients with late-stage cancer in a bid to improve their welfare and boost their involvement in care-giving decision-making.

Published: 23 September 2020


Photo of article Insights into treating rare cancer tumours benefit patients

What is the best way to tackle sarcomas? Although clinical trials help to generate insight, they are hard to set up for rare diseases. An EU-funded project has organised several trials focusing on these malignancies, providing insight that is already helping to save more lives. It has also paved the way for further research to help patients.

Published: 7 September 2020


Photo of article Metabolic protein may lead to cure for multiple sclerosis

EU-funded researchers are aiming to develop a new class of drugs to treat and even cure multiple sclerosis, building on groundbreaking research into previously unexploited mechanisms of an ancestral metabolic molecule the helps regulate the immune system of all humans and mammals.

Published: 26 May 2020


Photo of article Self-powered platform holds promise as point-of-care biosensor

A single test strip - the first platform to couple a methanol fuel cell with a biosensor - could act as a self-powered, easy-to-use, disposable, and low-cost test for diseases such as cancer, say EU-funded researchers.

Published: 13 May 2020


Photo of article Researchers use acoustics to boost detection of tumour DNA

Armed with a novel biosensor that uses acoustic waves to detect tumour DNA, an EU-funded project could increase the precision and affordability of cancer diagnosis and help make personalised treatment a reality for more patients.

Published: 8 May 2020


Photo of article Biosensing test to transform disease diagnosis and monitoring

EU-funded researchers have developed an ultrasensitive test to rapidly, accurately and cost-effectively diagnose disease, underpinned by innovative biosensing technology that could help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, HIV and cancer.

Published: 5 May 2020


Photo of article A 'molecular' look at prostate cancer boosts treatment options

Treatment guidance for prostate cancer patients is not optimal because current clinical tests do not clearly differentiate between slow-growing and aggressive forms. An EU-funded project is addressing this by studying the underlying molecular mechanisms of the disease to enable personalised and effective treatment.

Published: 31 March 2020


Photo of article Dosage mapping tracks cancer radiotherapy more closely

A non-invasive system being developed by EU-funded researchers could make radiotherapy a safer and more-effective treatment for cancer patients by creating a visual dosage map of the tumour and the surrounding healthy tissue.

Published: 11 March 2020


Photo of article Improving cancer screening across Europe

Improved cancer screening programmes are set to be rolled out across Europe thanks to an EU-funded project that is deploying new tools and techniques to help healthcare systems optimise preventive care, reduce costs and save lives.

Published: 6 March 2020


Photo of article 3D tumour modelling steps up battle against cancer

An EU-funded project is developing innovative ways to mimic the micro-environment that cancer cells encounter inside the human body. The creation of artificial 3D tumour models could pave the way for more accurate testing of cancer drugs and ultimately lead to better treatments.

Published: 30 January 2020



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