Leukemia: new hope from CARCIK

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (or ALA) is a blood cancer that affects approximately 400 children and adolescents each year in Italy. A life-changing tumor not...

Oncological immunotherapy: the latest news

Until recently, the three fundamental pillars of cancer treatment were: surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Recently, a fourth pillar was added: cancer immunotherapy. Immunotherapy is based...

Treating cardiovascular diseases with protons

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. In fact, nearly 18 million people die each year, and cardiovascular disease accounts for 31%...

Cancer vaccines: how they work

Vaccines are a very common subject nowadays. They've always been used to prevent infectious diseases, such as flu. But can they also be used...

Degenerative Neurological Diseases and Precision Medicine

Approximately one million people in Italy suffer from degenerative neurological diseases. The most common and known are Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Generally,...

Personalized medicine… it can be done!

A little girl destined to die, a disease diagnosed after two years, and a drug synthesized just for her. These are the ingredients of what...

Precision Medicine: a glimpse into the future

"I'm sorry that you didn't receive treatment and ignored Google Doctor's advice, so we now cannot renew your health insurance." This is what we might...

Is Michael Schumacher recovering because of stem cells?

It's been all over the news that Michael Schumacher's health is improving. The reason seems to be related to stem cell treatments that he...

Here’s the drug for all tumors

For a long time, researchers have been working on it all over the world, but it's finally arrived. It is the first tumor-agnostic drug...

Embryo on a chip!

Let's not be alarmed; no one has put an embryo, intended as a living human (born from the union of an egg cell and...

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