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Photo of article Nanoträger als sicherere Methode der Brustkrebsbehandlung

Betroffene, die sich einer Chemotherapie unterzogen haben, wissen, dass diese trotz ihrer Wirksamkeit auch eine Menge an gesunden Zellen schädigt. Das EU-finanzierte Projekt NANOCARGO hat eine Lösung für Brustkrebs vorangetrieben, die solche Schäden vermeiden würde. Dieser Durchbruch könnte den vielen Frauen in Europa zugutekommen, die sich jedes Jahr gegen Brustkrebs behandeln lassen.

Published: 3 February 2021


Photo of article Nanocarriers for safer breast cancer treatment

Patients who've gone through chemotherapy know that as effective as it may be, it also causes a lot of damage to otherwise healthy cells. The EU-funded NANOCARGO project has pushed a solution forward for breast cancer that would avoid such damage. This breakthrough could benefit the many thousands upon thousands of women in Europe who undergo treatment for breast cancer every year.

Published: 3 February 2021


Photo of article Nanonośniki podstawą bezpiecznego leczenia raka piersi

Pacjenci po chemioterapii zdają sobie sprawę, że pomimo swojej skuteczności ta metoda leczenia wiąże się ze zniszczeniem części zdrowych komórek. Finansowany przez UE projekt NANOCARGO opracował nowy lek na raka piersi, który pozwoli uniknąć nadmiernych zniszczeń, co może przynieść korzyści wielu tysiącom Europejek, które każdego roku walczą z nowotworami piersi.

Published: 3 February 2021


Photo of article Des nanotransporteurs pour un traitement plus sûr du cancer du sein

Les patients qui ont subi une chimiothérapie savent que, malgré son efficacité, elle endommage aussi beaucoup les cellules saines. Le projet NANOCARGO, financé par l’UE, a trouvé une solution qui éviterait ce type de problème pour le cancer du sein. Cette avancée pourrait profiter aux milliers de femmes qui suivent chaque année un traitement contre ce cancer en Europe.

Published: 3 February 2021


Photo of article Nanovettori per un trattamento più sicuro del cancro al seno

I pazienti sottoposti a chemioterapia sanno che, per quanto efficace, questa procedura danneggia gravemente anche cellule altrimenti sane. Il progetto NANOCARGO, finanziato dall’UE, ha presentato una soluzione per il cancro al seno che eviterebbe tali danni. La scoperta rivoluzionaria potrebbe aiutare le migliaia di donne in Europa che ogni anno affrontano un trattamento contro il cancro al seno.

Published: 3 February 2021


Photo of article Unos nanoportadores para un tratamiento más seguro del cáncer de mama

Las personas que pasan por la quimioterapia saben que, por muy eficaz que sea, también causa gran daño a las células sanas. El proyecto financiado con fondos europeos NANOCARGO ha impulsado una solución para el cáncer de mama que evitaría estos daños. Este avance podría beneficiar a las miles y miles de europeas que se someten cada año a un tratamiento contra el cáncer de mama.

Published: 3 February 2021


Photo of article Replacing an enzyme to control a very rare disease

Until recently, there was no treatment specific to alpha-mannosidosis, one of the many rare diseases that jointly affect some 30 million citizens in Europe alone. Today, there is as EU-funded research developed enzyme-replacement therapy to stop the illness in its tracks, and this medicine is on the market.

Published: 12 October 2020


Photo of article Troubled pasts, and their implication for European integration

How do you build a common future from a legacy of conflict? Determination goes a long way, as the history of the EU shows – but building bridges is not easy. EU-funded researchers are analysing collective memories of past strife that still affects community relations today, in a bid to help advance European integration.

Published: 16 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 Machines help humans take control

Employees can often have difficulty working with sophisticated machinery in modern factories. EU-funded researchers have now devised a control interface that can adapt to the experience and abilities of any operator.

Published: 28 July 2020



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