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Image: Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a bladder cancer cell. Its several long cytoplasmic projections may enable it to be motile (Photo courtesy of Steve Gschmeissner)

CDH1 Overexpression Predicts Early-Stage Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer (BC) is a serious public health problem, but effective biomarkers for BC diagnosis, particularly in the early stage, are still lacking. Identification of reliable biomarkers associated with early-stage BC is of great importance to early treatment and an improved outcome. More...
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Image: Histopathology of Patient with Crohn\'s disease showing evidence of an epithelioid nonnecrotizing granuloma (Photo courtesy of Catherine E. Hagen, MD and Luisa Ricaurte Archila, MD)

Longitudinal Laboratory Data Predicts Complication in Crohn’s Disease Patients

Stenosis, fistulization, and perforation of the bowel are severe outcomes which can occur in patients with Crohn’s disease. Accurate prediction of these events may enable clinicians to alter treatment strategies and avoid these outcomes. More...
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PD-L1 Expression Associated With Poorer Survival in Anal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Although anal squamous cell carcinoma (ASCC) is a rare malignancy, making up only 0.5% of all cancer cases in the USA, disconcertingly, the annual incidence continues to rise both globally and in the USA. More...
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Image: IL-1RA antibody levels measured as a biomarker in young males with myocarditis after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination (Photo courtesy of Patrice Wendling)

IL-1RA Antibodies in Myocarditis After SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination

Myocarditis associated with messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) predominantly affects male adolescents and young male adults (14 to <30 years of age) and typically occurs after receipt of the second vaccine dose. More...
26 Sep 2022
Image: Histopathology of endometrial serous carcinoma which is characterized by high-grade cytological atypia in cells that do not share a common apical border. A papillary architecture is common (Photo courtesy of Shimane University School of Medicine)

Molecular Endometrial Cancer Test Developed

Endometrial cancer (EC) is among the tumor types with the sharpest rising incidence over the past 10 years. Abnormal bleeding, defined as any postmenopausal, intermenstrual, or persistent heavy menstrual bleeding, is the lead symptom. More...
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Image: A diagnostic tool under development has succeeded in expanding its AI detection to seven types of gastric cancer (Photo courtesy of Evident)

AI-Based Pathology Diagnosis Tool Detects Seven Types of Gastric Cancer

Researchers developing an AI-based pathology diagnostic tool have succeeded in expanding its AI detection to seven types of gastric cancer, highlighting its versatility for a range of pathology applications. More...
09 Sep 2022
Image: Parkinson’s breakthrough can diagnose disease from skin swabs in 3 minutes (Photo courtesy of University of Manchester)

Breakthrough Method Diagnoses Parkinson’s from Skin Swabs in Three Minutes

Sebum is an oily secretion from sebaceous glands under the skin which are connected to the endocrine system. Now, scientists have found a new method to detect Parkinson’s disease by analyzing sebum with mass spectrometry. More...
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