The prevalence of dental developmental anomalies (dda) in survivors of childhood cancer differ according to the type of cancer treatment administered, according to researchers at the hebrew university (hu)-hadassah school of dental medicine.
Large study of whole genome sequencing data reveals 'treasure trove' of clues about causes of cancer
DNA analysis of thousands of tumours from NHS patients has found a 'treasure trove' of clues about the causes of cancer, with genetic mutations providing a personal history of the damage and repair processes each patient has been through.
Dental patients and practitioners could be better protected from COVID-19 and other airborne viruses and bacteria thanks to the development of a new environment-friendly shield
According to a new study by researchers at the University of Toronto and three other Canadian universities, dentists appear—perhaps counterintuitively—less likely than the general population to contract the virus.
In a new study using 3D holographic imaging, University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers tested the effectiveness of three filtration devices that can mitigate the spread of aerosols during ultrasonic scaling, a common dental cleaning procedure. The findings could increase health safety in dental offices during the COVID-19 pandemic.