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Looking and Listening to Light from Liposome Nanostructures for Cancer Theranostics – Video


Looking and Listening to Light from Liposome Nanostructures for Cancer Theranostics
Chair Prof. Dr. Jan Mollenhauer, NanoCAN, University of Southern Denmark, (DK) Speaker: Prof. Dr. Kostas Kostarelos, FRSM, FIoN, FRSA, Chair of Nanomedicine,...

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Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine …

The mission of Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine (Nanomedicine: NBM) is to promote the emerging interdisciplinary field of nanomedicine.

Nanomedicine: NBM is an international, peer-reviewed journal presenting novel, significant, and interdisciplinary theoretical and experimental results related to nanoscience and nanotechnology in the life sciences. Content includes basic, translational, and clinical research addressing diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, prediction, and prevention of diseases. In addition to bimonthly issues, the journal website (http://www.nanomedjournal.com) also presents important nanomedicine-related information, such as future meetings, meeting summaries, funding opportunities, societal subjects, public health, and ethical issues of nanomedicine.

The potential scope of nanomedicine is broad, and we expect it to eventually involve all aspects of medicine. Sub-categories include synthesis, bioavailability, and biodistribution of nanomedicines; delivery, pharmacodynamics, and pharmacokinetics of nanomedicines; imaging; diagnostics; improved therapeutics; innovative biomaterials; interactions of nanomaterials with cells, tissues, and living organisms; regenerative medicine; public health; toxicology; point of care monitoring; nutrition; nanomedical devices; prosthetics; biomimetics; and bioinformatics.

Article formats include Communications, Original Articles, Reviews, Perspectives, Technical and Commercialization Notes, and Letters to the Editor. We invite authors to submit original manuscripts in these categories. The journal website (http://www.nanomedjournal.com) also presents important nanomedicine-related information, such as future meetings, meeting summaries, funding opportunities, societal subjects, public health, and ethical issues of nanomedicine.

The mission of Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine (Nanomedicine: NBM) is to promote the emerging interdisciplinary field of nanomedicine.

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A lot of patients suffering from colon cancer might well present no symptoms or signs during the earliest stages of the condition. When symptoms do eventually present, they can be many and varied, and can very much depend upon the size of the affliction, how far it has spread and also its actual location. It might be that some symptoms that present are as a result of a condition other than cancer itself, ranging from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and occasionally diverticulosis. Also, such problems as abdominal pain or swelling can be symptomatic of colon problems and may well require further investigation.

You may also notice that, upon going to the lavatory, you have some blood in your stools, and this can be a symptom of cancer. Of course, having black poop doesnt ultimately mean that cancer is present. It can, however, also be indicative of other conditions and problems. For example, the kind of bright red blood that you may see on your toilet tissue could be as a result of hemorrhoids or anal fissures. It should also be remembered that various food items can also result in red poop, and these include beetroot and red liquorice. Some medications can also be culprits, and some can also turn the stools black-including iron supplements. Irrespective, any sign of blood or change in your stools should prompt you to seek advice from your GP, as it is always best to be sure that it is not a sign of a more serious condition, and with any cancer,early detection and treatment is essential to a successful recovery.

You should also note-if you are currently concerned-any change in the regularity of your stools-including whether or not they are more thin or irregular than usual-especially over a period of several weeks. Also, be mindful if you have diarrhea for several days in a row or, conversely, constipation.

You might also experience pain in your lower abdomen-including a feeling of hardness. You may also experience persistent pain or discomfort in your abdominal region, and this can include wind and cramps. You may also get the sensation that, when evacuating your bowels, that the bowel doesnt empty fully. Another symptom that you might recognize is colored stool mainly black stool, but could be green stool too. Also, if you have an iron deficiency (or anemia), it may be an indication that there is bleeding in your colon. Also, as in most cases and types of cancer, you should seek medical advice immediately if you experience any sudden and unexpected or unexplained weight loss, as this is one of the principal red flags. Also be aware of more vague, seemingly incidental symptoms, such as fatigue. IF you have a couple of symptoms and also feel fatigued for days in a row inexplicably, then this is also another warning sign and you should seek medical advice. It is important not to panic, but just to be aware of what might be going on.

Remember, cases of colon cancer account for around 90% of all cases of intestinal cancers, and also account for more deaths every year of men and women from cancer. Early treatment is an absolute must.

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Cancer Stem Cells as Preferential Target for Personalized Cancer Nanomedicine – Video


Cancer Stem Cells as Preferential Target for Personalized Cancer Nanomedicine
Chair: Prof. Dr. Jan Mollenhauer, NanoCAN, University of Southern Denmark, Odense (DK) Session: Targeted and Personalized Cancer Nanomedicine 2 Speaker: Prof...

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Panel – The Regulation Environment in Nanomedicine — The Step to the Last Phase of Translation – Video


Panel - The Regulation Environment in Nanomedicine -- The Step to the Last Phase of Translation
Participants: -Dr. Falk Ehmann, Scientific Support and Projects, European Medicines Agency, London (UK) -Dr. Kumiko Sakai-Kato, National Institute of Health ...

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Panel – The Horizon of Nanomedicine and Targeted Drug Delivery – Video


Panel - The Horizon of Nanomedicine and Targeted Drug Delivery
"Clinical Nanomedicine Targeted Medicine", The European CLINAM ETPN Summit, June 23-26, 2013.

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Nanomedicine Against Malaria: Use of Poly-based Nanovectors for the Drug Delivery to Plasmodium – Video


Nanomedicine Against Malaria: Use of Poly-based Nanovectors for the Drug Delivery to Plasmodium
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Xavier Fernndez Busquets, PhD, Barcelona Centre for International Health Research, Research Associate, Institute for Bioengineering of Ca...

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Mining Genome Information for New Starting Points in Personalized Cancer Nanomedicine – Video


Mining Genome Information for New Starting Points in Personalized Cancer Nanomedicine
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Jan Mollenhauer, NanoCAN, University of Southern Denmark (DK) "Clinical Nanomedicine Targeted Medicine", The European CLINAM ETPN Summ...

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NANOMEDICINE HANGOUT1 – Video


NANOMEDICINE HANGOUT1

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NANOMEDICINE HANGOUT – Video


NANOMEDICINE HANGOUT

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