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a study from researchers led by the Baylor College of Medicine develops a new approach dubbed AI-based nano-radiomics capable of assessing changes in the TME that cannot be detected using conventional imaging methods. The team states their new technique is a major step towards noninvasive imaging methods for the overall evaluation of cancer immunotherapies designed to debilitate the TME.

New AI-based nano-radiomics successfully analyze the tumor microenvironment.

A disease capable of decimating and killing those affected, cancer involves cells in a specific part of the body growing and reproducing uncontrollably in a process known as proliferation. In … Continue Reading New AI-based nano-radiomics successfully analyze the tumor microenvironment.

Researchers successfully block circulating breast cancer cells from entering bones.

Breast cancer is notorious for its ability to relapse after many years, long after a patient had completed treatment.  A major site of disease dissemination and relapse is bone, although … Continue Reading Researchers successfully block circulating breast cancer cells from entering bones.

New 3D- imaging provides unprecedented views of cancer in it’s natural environment.

It is known that cancer cells don’t live on glass slides, yet the vast majority of images related to cancer biology come from the cells being photographed on flat, two-dimensional … Continue Reading New 3D- imaging provides unprecedented views of cancer in it’s natural environment.

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