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Could antihistamines help fight cancer?

For those of you that suffer from watery, itchy eyes and runny noses throughout allergy season, antihistamines are likely to be your best friend. But a new study finds the drugs may do more than combat hay fever; they could fight cancer, too. The research team, including Daniel H. Conrad,

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3.5 million new cases of cancer every year in China

CCTV reported that 3.5 million cancer cases are diagnosed every year in China. Cancer is one of the major causes of death for urban and rural residents in China. That’s according to a recently released annual report by the National Cancer Prevention and Control Office. [youtube id=”NFcBw0MsinY” width=”100%” height=”360″] 3.5

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Space station researchers tackle tumors

In space, things don’t always behave the way we expect them to. In the case of cancer, researchers have found that this is a good thing: some tumors seem to be much less aggressive in the microgravity environment of space compared to their behavior on Earth. This observation, reported in

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Vitamin C may boost chemotherapy

A new study suggests giving some cancer patients high doses of vitamin C intravenously – as opposed to orally – alongside conventional chemotherapy, may help kill cancer cells and also reduce some of its toxic side effects.

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Why China being the prior destination for immunotherapy?

China has seen rapid growth in its biotech industry, particularly in the area of CAR T-cell therapy. Many Chinese biotech firms have developed their own CAR T-cell therapies and are actively seeking partnerships with international pharmaceutical companies. As the second-largest country in terms of the number of CAR T-cell therapy clinical trials, China’s research efforts reflect its commitment to advancing this innovative treatment approach.

Moreover, China has implemented various measures to make CAR T-cell therapy more accessible and affordable for patients. These patient-friendly pricing strategies have indeed contributed to making China an attractive destination for international patients for innovative therapies like CAR T-cell therapy. Comparatively, the cost of CAR T-cell therapy in China may be relatively more affordable than in other countries.

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