Australian Sea Snails May Hold Key To Curing Colorectal Cancer

Research scientists have long known that cures for deadly diseases can be discovered in the humblest (and least likely) of places. After all, Penicillin came from moldy bread accidentally left in a petri dish over the weekend.

But, sea snails curing cancer? 

Apparently. It seems that the mucus produced by the White Rock Shell sea snail, common to the shores of Australia and New Zealand, contains chemicals found to be effective at fighting off colorectal cancer.

Rise in Cases Driving Global Cystoscope Market

Market.us announces the publication of its most recently generated research report titled, “Global Cystoscope Market by Product Type (Rigid Cystoscope, Flexible Cystoscope), By End-User (Hospitals, Clinics, Ambulatory Surgical Centers), and by Region – Global Forecast to 2028”. It offers a holistic view of the Global Cystoscope Market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market.

The Old-time ‘Snake Oil Salesman’ is Making a Comeback – Is the Internet to Blame?

We’ve all seen the Old West movies and TV shows in which a well dressed gentleman rides into town plying his wares and touting a “Miracle Cure” elixir guaranteed to relieve all health maladies. Invariably, the tincture is nothing more than cheap, watered-down whiskey mixed with something sugary to make the “medicine” go down easier. In the long run, the only benefit is a rip-roaring drunken night, followed by a massive hangover.

New Study: Excessively Eating of “Ultra-Processed Food” Increases the Risk of Early Death

The latest research in Spain found that more “ultra-processed foods” are worse than ordinary processed foods. As the intake increases, the risk of death increases. If you eat four servings a day, the mortality rate will be increased by more than 62%.  In addition to containing high fat, high salt, high sugar, and low dietary fiber, ultra-processed foods may also contain preservatives, causing health concerns.

New Study: Sugary Drinks May Raise Cancer Risk

French scientists say drinking sugary drinks such as juices and sodas may increase the risk of cancer. The results of the study were published in the British Medical Journal. The study tracked more than 100,000 people over five years. The research team at the Sorbonne-Western University in Paris speculated that sugary drinks may increase the risk of cancer because of blood sugar levels.

Scientists to Meet in UAE to Discuss Molecular Medicine Trends

The growth of the UAE diagnostic market can be attributed to the high prevalence of chronic and infectious diseases. WHO estimates of all deaths worldwide, chronic diseases account for approximately 60%. Chronic diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases are responsible for 12%, 40%, 5%, and 5% of mortality in the United Arab Emirates.

Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth

The emergence of new type of cancer in the recent year have increase the research and development and clinical trials which create a huge opportunity for the oncology drug market to grow in the near future. Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma is the sixth leading cancer worldwide by incidence. Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma progresses from the mucosal membrane, comprising the paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity, the nasopharynx, the hypopharynx, larynx, and trachea, and the oropharynx and oral cavity.

Whole-Body Imaging Market to Witness Healthy Growth

Whole-body imaging is the accurate and fast modality for the detection of disease in the entire body. Whole-body imaging techniques widens the scope of vision in the biological function of the body. Whole-body imaging helps to track immune system cellular activity in real time.MR imaging improves the ability to identify the metastatic spread in the body and MR angiography helps in detecting peripheral vascular disease and carotid.

Exponential Growth Ahead for Cell Based Immunotherapy Market

Cell-Based Immunotherapy is a promising futuristic solution for the treatment of cancer. Cell-Based Immunotherapy is the alternative option replacing the chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer. Stem cells of the human body have the potential to cure a variety of diseases. Stem cells of the human body have the ability to replenish the specialized cell.

HM Pectin Dominates Citrus Pectin Demand, LM Pectin Sales Growing on the Back of No-Sugar Diet Trend

Global consumption of citrus pectin is expected to reach nearly 10,000 tonnes in 2018, a marginal rise of 400 tonnes over 2017, according to Fact.MR’s new study. Overall growth of the citrus pectin market can be attributed to;

  • Considerable demand for natural hydrocolloid emulsifiers in the food and beverage sector
  • Promising results regarding modified citrus pectin’s anti-cancer properties
  • FDA’s recent guidance on certain non-digestible carbohydrates including citrus fibers to be termed as dietary fibers

“A hefty demand for jams, jellies and confectioneries across world regions is set to boost demand for plant-based citrus pectin in F&B sector. While clean label further ensures sustainability of the citrus pectin market, citrus fibers’ categorization among dietary fiber by FDA further approves safe consumption of citrus pectin in different food products,” says senior analyst Sanjeevani at Fact.MR.