Photo-mediated Ultrasound Therapy (PUT) is a non-pharmacological, highly targeted, non-invasive treatment which selectively disrupts the microvasculature (arteries or veins independently) without catheterization/injection or damage to the surrounding tissue.
Immuno-oncology represents the new wave of personalized medicine. Scientists at the University of Kansas have developed an innovative approach to activate intracellular signaling pathways that enhance T cell activation, expansion, and differentiation.
This device is an improvement on pre-existing technology. It is a nasoenteric feeding tube that is inexpensive, disposable, and designed to give the user more maneuverability and thus a better chance of successfully placing it in the small intestine.
A novel anti-metastasis therapy for prostate cancer, utilizing the newly established small-activating RNA (saRNA) technique to up-regulate the expression of the tumor metastasis suppressor gene, dihydropyrimidase-like 3 (DPYSL3).