Type 2 diabetes increases the risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer
Type 2 diabetes may be an independent risk factor for some severe liver disease.
New weakness index for cancer patients undergoing surgery
Researchers have developed a simple questionnaire to evaluate the weakness of elderly patients undergoing surgery.
Inhibitors of checkpoint is not as effective as expected
New research has shown that only 13% of cancer patients treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors exhibit complete or partial response to therapy.
Whole grains can promote health by altering the production of intestinal serotonin
The health benefits of whole grains may be due, at least in part, with changes in serotonin in the intestine, where most of serotonin is produced in the body.
As the bacteria seize the stomach?
Helicobacter pylori - a bacterium has an incredible ability to colonize the human.
A new step in the treatment of serous ovarian cancer
Analysis of Circulating Tumor DNA may help in the treatment of the most common ovarian cancer.
The new goal to improve the response to cancer immunotherapy
Immunotherapy is only effective in about 30 percent of cancer patients. The new findings provide insight into how to make the immune system work for more patients.
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