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Business | Technology  | 15.09.21

Roscosmos Company to Create Complex for Cancer Patients Treatment

The JSC “Information Satellite Systems” named after Academician M. F. Reshetnev, which is a part of the ‘Roscosmos’ state space corporation, together with its partners is developing a medical complex of radiation therapy for the treatment of cancer patients. The first samples will be ready in two years, TASS reported.  It is noted that at

Business | Technology  | 24.08.21

Russian Scientists to Develop Software Detecting Cancer by Smell 

Russian specialists have started developing software that will allow doctors to detect cancer by the smell of a person, Gazeta.ru reports with reference to the representatives of the ‘Artezio’ company.  It is noted that the software needs to be properly integrated into medical solutions so that a doctor gets a more understandable picture for himself

Insight | Around Russia  | 15.06.21

Experts Revealed Russians’ Attitude Towards People With Cancer

Specialists from the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM) conducted a study and presented the results demonstrating the attitude of Russians towards people who have had cancer.   According to the results of the study, most of the respondents personally know those who have been diagnosed with cancer. In particular, 54 per cent claimed that such

Recommended | Business | Technology  | 21.03.21

Nizhny Novgorod Doctors Testing New Method for Cancer Diagnostics

Scientists from Nizhny Novgorod have developed a new method for diagnosing stomach cancer which is currently being tested, NewsNN reports with reference to the rector of PIMU Nikolay Karyakin.  The development of a unique method was carried out by the specialists of the Laboratory of Functional Imaging of the Lobachevsky University, commissioned by the Foundation

Insight | Rostov  | 01.03.21

Rostov Social Movement Recognized Best Charity Project

The “Catching Emotions” Rostov social movement for people with cancer diagnosis received the ‘Media Popularity 2021’ award as the best charity project. The awarding took place at the “Top in Planet” project forum in Moscow where the best projects in the field of charity and professional achievements were presented, 1rnd reports.  It is noted that

Insight | Rostov  | 14.02.21

Don Scientists to Define Cancer Patient Typical Portrait

Scientists from the National Medical Research Centre of Oncology and specialists from the Faculty of Economics of the Southern Federal University define a typical portrait of a cancer patient. The uniqueness of the study lies in the development of a healthy lifestyle management system based on obtaining a questionnaire screening, assessment of the quality of

Moscow | Insight  | 07.02.21

Moscow Grew Hospital Care Volume for Cancer Patients

The volume of inpatient care for patients with cancer has increased by more than a third in Moscow during the coronavirus pandemic.  According to Moscow Mayor, Sergey Sobyanin, the volume of inpatient care was increased thanks to the creation of six cancer centres in 2019, VM.ru reports. The mayor said that four more centres are

Business | Technology  | 30.12.20

Accelerator for Cancer Treatment Sent to China by Novosibirsk Scientists

Siberian nuclear physicists have sent equipment for the treatment of oncological diseases to China, where the clinical trials of an accelerator neutron source will start in a couple of months, according to the press service of the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics.   The prototype of the accelerator, which is now being assembled in China,

Recommended | Insight | Around Russia  | 05.12.20

Cancer Drugs Production Volume to Be Increased in 2021

The volume of production and import of a number of drugs for the treatment of cancer will be increased in 2021, TASS reports with reference to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova.   According to Golikova, each drug manufacturer has provided production volumes until the end of 2020 and for 2021. The

Recommended | Business | Technology  | 03.11.20

Samara Scientists Can Diagnose Cancer by Blood Drop

Researchers from Samara University named after S.P. Korolev, together with their colleagues from Samara State Medical University, have developed a method for diagnosing cancer and other diseases using one drop of a patient’s blood and published the reports in the Journal of Raman Spectroscopy.  It is stated that Raman spectroscopy of blood makes it possible

Recommended | Business | Technology  | 01.08.20

Moscow Scientists Created Targeted Drug for Liver Cancer Treatment

The scientists at the Lomonosov Moscow State University have developed a targeted drug for liver cancer treatment that delivers the drug directly to tumor cells, which allows reducing the dose of toxic drugs prescribed to patients, RIA News reported.  The university reported that targeted drug delivery is a promising method for modifying drug agents, significantly