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Two new types of childhood blood cancer detected

Lund - Two new types of blood cancer have been detected, by virtue of advances in genetic testing. The discovery may signal the greater use of personalized medicine, applicable to different patients.

Remarkable cancer treatment announced

Medical scientists have reported on a remarkable cancer treatment. Terminally ill patients, suffering with blood cancer, have become symptom-free following treatment with modified cells.

Sister makes worldwide plea for brother with rare disorder Special

London - Aplastic enemia is a rare disorder in which bone marrow ceases to produce enough new blood cells. The sister of Angelo Farrugia, Sophia, wants to find bone marrow donors for the Anthony Nolan organization in hopes of helping her brother.

Mayo Clinic cures blood cancer with massive measles vaccine

Rochester - Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota healed 49-year-old woman’s incurable blood cancer by administering a massive dose of the measles vaccine.

Bone marrow transplant for Gaurav Bains following Asian appeal

Tipton - An appeal for more Asian bone marrow donors in the UK has resulted in a huge increase to the donor register and one little boy looking at a life-saving operation.

Probiotics may assist in combating blood cancers

New research suggests that probiotic microorganisms, such as those more commonly used in yoghurt, could help bone marrow transplant for patients with blood cancers.
 

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Angelo Farrugia receiving  a temporary treatment.
Angelo Farrugia receiving a temporary treatment.
Sophia Farrugia
Sophia and Angeloa Farrugia in happier days.
Sophia and Angeloa Farrugia in happier days.
Sophia Farrugia