E-cigarettes are not a good alternative to stopping smoking. A recent study in the journal Nature explains that they can cause heart problems, apart1
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Some of the most common side effects of chemotherapy are fatigue, nausea and vomiting. To alleviate them, you should rest, stay hydrated and maintain1
It is estimated that today 50% of cancer patients are cured and the remaining 50% are not cured, but live longer.
Avoiding tobacco use, leading a healthy lifestyle, protecting yourself from the sun and vaccination against infection by certain viruses are some fac1
This Wednesday, the first episode of the second season of the ‘Information that cares for you/Information that cares’ podcast series will go live. Th1
This discovery changes the view of the progression of leukaemia, opens the door to early diagnosis, and offers new treatment strategies.
IDIBAPS and Fundació Clínic announce the 1st Estella Matutes Extraordinary Scholarship for research in lymphoid tumors
The call for the presentation of applications for the I Estella Matutes Extraordinary Scholarship is open from September 19th to November 30th.
Despite being closely related to the digestive system, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) can affect other parts of the body such as the joints, skin a1
The Hospital Clínic starts an immunotherapy trial based on tumour-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) in triple-negative breast cancer
Trial TILs001, which is open to patients with metastatic triple-negative breast cancer, is the first study to assess the safety and efficacy of TILs1
Treatment with trastuzumab deruxtecan, a combination of a targeted therapy with chemotherapy, increases progression-free survival of the disease and1