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A Bangladeshi scientist and two other researchers have made a breakthrough in cancer testing by inventing a new method that is as simple as a blood test.

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With advanced equipment and the support of the IAEA, medical staff in Bangladesh are expanding nuclear medicine and cancer treatment services.

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The molecular cancer diagnostics laboratory has already processed more than 500 tests in Bangladesh.

Researchers have developed a test that can assess and compare genetic changes in tumors and in the blood. Early detection can be made by sequencing the ...

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Rafiq Islam, chief scientific officer of Somru BioScience at the company's lab in Charlottetown. The lab will send test kits to Bangladesh that will help ...

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ISP started its collaboration with the Bangladesh University of Engineering (BUET) and the Atomic Energy Center (AECD), both in Dhaka, Bangladesh in the ...

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According to the WHO report, oesophagus cancer – a cancer in the food tract, topped the list followed by cavity lip and oral cavity cancer, breast cancer, ...

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Increasing cancer screening for culturally diverse communities in the Nepean Blue Mountains region

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Researchers investigate riverbank erosion, human adaptation, and resilience in coastal Bangladesh

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Residents collect drinking water from a tanker in the Mirhajaribagh district of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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It's the big picture thinkers – the scientists and the academics, with out-of-this-world ideas and ground-breaking theories for change, who will pave the ...

Scientists in Bangladesh have developed the country's first biotech rice variety giving farmers an answer to the difficulties they face in harvesting the ...

The Oncology Club is a consortium of Bangladeshi physicians who deliver cancer care. This friendship has led to outreach to the three public hospitals of ...

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Two major research collaborations led by the University of Cambridge have been awarded almost £15 million in funding, the Minister of State for Universities ...

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Women in Bangladesh try out the new smartphone test for arsenic in drinking water. (Photo courtesy U. Edinburgh)

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Humayun Ahmed, who has died of cancer aged 64, was not just Bangladesh's best-selling author. He was idolised by an entire generation of young men and women ...

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