News: cancer research

Fibre boost could combat ‘chemo brain’ drain

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Using a supplement to increase fibre intake while undergoing chemotherapy can significantly reduce brain inflammation and associated health issues, according to new research by the University of Adelaide and SAHMRI.

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Cancer researcher’s leading new role at SAiGENCI

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A world-leading researcher is bringing their cutting-edge cancer expertise and search for better treatments to South Australia.

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Engineering bacteria to detect cancer DNA

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An international team of researchers from Adelaide and the United States has engineered bacteria capable of detecting mutated DNA released from colorectal cancer cells, opening the door to faster disease detection.

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SAiGENCI recruit recognised with prestigious award

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Internationally recognised cancer expert, Professor Brendan Jenkins, has received the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS) 2023 Distinguished Service Award. He will be presented with the award at the annual ICIS conference in Athens, Greece, in October this year.

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Top talent to boost cancer research

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The search for a tailored treatment for cancerous tumours has been bolstered with the appointment of an internationally recognised expert to the South Australian Immunogenomics Cancer Institute (SAiGENCI).

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