Researchers in China have developed a biomimetic strategy that could pave the way for targeted breast cancer therapy.
In a bid to reduce breast cancer mortality, Associate Professor Ho Weang Kee is developing a tool to catch the disease early.
By encasing chemotherapy drugs in nanocapsules coated in the membranes of red blood cells, researchers have reduced the toxicity of the treatment in mice.
For their outstanding contributions to their fields of research, these four women scientists from Asia received 2018 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards.
HistoIndex is partnering with the University of Malaya and Pathomics Health to roll out an integrative diagnostics platform for the holistic analysis of patient tumor biopsies.
Scientists in Indonesia have reported that only one in five Indonesian women are aware of cervical cancer screening, while only five percent of women are aware of breast cancer screening.
Seven of Singapore’s best scientists were recognized at the ninth President’s Science and Technology Awards.
By analyzing body mass index and waist-hip ratio, scientists in China have discovered that the location of body fat is linked to specific breast cancer subtypes.
A drug that has already been approved for treating diabetes has been shown to inhibit an enzyme that drives an aggressive type of breast cancer.