Cancer Research

Targeting Specific Gene therapeutically to Cure Colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer is one of the deadly cancers that target both the genders, contributing to 8% of cancer deaths globally.  Approximately 6, 08, 000 patients are dying each worldwide due to this dreadful disease. This malignant tumor develops in the gastrointestinal track of the body. In India colon and rector cancers are on rise with 4.4 and 4.1 percent men and3.9  women per 1, 00,000 are affected respectively. Re[.....]

Radiation Therapy

Target Specific Radio Therapy Enhances its Efficiency in Cancer patients

Cancer has now become one of the most frequent cause of death. Cancers involve abnormal cell growth with the potential to invade or spread to other parts of the body. There are many screening and treatment techniques for cancer. Nevertheless, many questions remain unsolved with individualization of treatment approaches being a key problem. One of the crucial treatment options in modern cancer therapy apart from surge[.....]

Cancer Therapy

Advances in treatment of Lung cancer

Smoking is the main cause for 90 percent of lung cancers. Tobacco smoke contains 7000 carcinogenic agents, which include 250 harmful components like hydrogen cyanide, carbon monoxide and ammonia. There are two types of Lung cancers -“small cell lung cancer” (SCLC), and “non-small cell lung cancer”” (NSCLC). Among which non-small cell lung cancer is very common, including other cancers like Adenocarcinoma, S[.....]

Cancer Research

Traditional Culinary Spice Helps Enhance Drug Action on Cancer Cells

Spices and condiments are traditionally used in several recipes in varying proportions. In addition to conferring appetizing aroma and flavor to the dishes, they have innumerable health promoting and disease prevention attributes. Particularly in sub-continental region they have been historically produced and used extensively. Clinical experts believe that the incidence of colorectal cancer in the sub-continent is far le[.....]

Cancer Research

Do the Human Friendly Gut Bacteria Causes Fatty Liver Diseases and Cancer?

Our Gastrointestinal trac is home for tens and thousand millions of microbes called gut bacteria or  gut microbiota. They are friendly microbes for the human and are essential for the smooth functioning of our metabolic activities. Gut microbes eject enzymes and digestive juices to digest the food and nutrients essential to release energy. However, the same gut microbes also produces acids including alcohol[.....]