News of World Medicine
13% of cancer diseases are due to infections
05.06.2020

According to a recent global study by French scientists, infections are the reason for 13% of all new cancer diagnoses.

A universal flu vaccine is going to be tested in Oxford
19.05.2020

Researchers from Oxford University have initiated clinical trials of a flu vaccine that is potentially effective against all types of virus.

NEW VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19 WILL BE ABLE TO SIMULATE CORONAVIRUS STRUCTURE
30.04.2020

The American company VBI Vaccines is developing a universal coronavirus vaccine that mimics the structure of the virus; earlier, using this technology, the company created a vaccine for hepatitis B.

Supercomputer has diagnosed a rare type of leukemia
30.04.2020

IBM Watson physician decision support technology has helped Japanese doctors to diagnose a rare type of leukemia and determine the appropriate treatment.

Scientists from Massachusetts University of Technology have created a portable pharmaceutical factory
28.04.2020

The device will be useful for use in war zones and pest spots.

Italians launch a music flash mob on quarantine.
24.04.2020

Due to the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19, people of Rome quarantine perform their favorite musical compositions in open windows during a flash mob taking place in Italian cities.

QR code tablets help to solve a dosage problem
23.04.2020

QR code is formed from the substances of the preparation itself by printing on an inkjet printer.

Newborn Twins - Corona and Covid
23.04.2020

A married couple in India named their twins born during the world pandemic, Corona and Covid.

The WHO has announced the acceleration of studies of the vaccine against coronavirus
16.04.2020

Coronavirus vaccine studies are being performed in more than 70 countries around the world according to the head of the World Health Organization Mr. Tedros Adan Gebreisus.

Scientists develops a synthetic vaccine in tablets
16.04.2020

The creation of vaccines in tablets would be a real breakthrough. It would facilitate not only the vaccination procedure itself, but also the transportation and storage of drugs.