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Could a nanodevice eliminate immunotherapy side effects in breast cancer?

Houston Methodist scientists have developed a nanodevice smaller than a grain of rice to deliver immunotherapy without side effects to treat triple-negative breast cancer.

A breakthrough in 3D-printed neuronal stem cells and scaffold therapy

3D printing is a manufacturing process that involves the creation of a 3D object from a digital design.

Scientists discover enzyme that converts type A and B blood into ‘universal donor’ type O

A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia has isolated an enzyme in the gut that reliably converts any type of blood into type O, which is compatible with nearly everyone.

FDA approval of Brainsway device opens a new route for OCD treatment

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has permitted the marketing of the Brainsway Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation System for treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

First artificial iris provides a novel method for treating iris defects

CustomFlex, by HumanOptics AG, is the first stand-alone prosthetic iris in the US, following its approval by the FDA.

Learning together: tetraplegic humans work with machines to win race

One of modern medicine’s proudest triumphs is its ability to decipher the electrical patterns generated by neurones firing in the brain and translate them into tangible thoughts or desires.

New liver transplantation technology being used in hospitals

Liver transplantation is the accepted treatment for end-stage-liver failure and is the last option for the patient.

First AI-based device to detect diabetic retinopathy approved by FDA

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorised for marketing the first medical device to use artificial intelligence (AI) to detect diabetic retinopathy (DR).

New wearable MRI scanner could read your mind

A new wearable device could revolutionise the diagnosis of brain tumours and heart disease, with the potential to ‘read’ patients’ thoughts.

New patch aims to convert energy-storing fats into energy-burning fats

A novel obesity treatment that uses a skin patch to reduce fats around the stomach is demonstrating effectiveness in research facility trials.