Week in Pictures
Parachinar—The daily activities of life are badly hampered by more than 20 hours load shedding ....
Islamabad—Asian Squash Federation has nominated Pakistan as the sole contender for hosting Squa....
Islamabad—Asia and the Pacific face a daunting unfinished development agenda when the Millenniu....
Islamabad—The citizens of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad have spent previous few night....
- ByMohammad Jamil
- ByCol M Hanif (Retd)
- ByShaukat M Zafar
A BLOOD test that tracks fragments of DNA shed by dying tumor cells could one day be used to monitor how well patients are responding to cancer treatment, according to a small study in women with advanced breast cancer. Such a test could provide a non-invasive alternative to biopsies, and help adapt treatment to individual patients and the progress of disease. Researchers at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute at the University of Cambridge in the UK write about their findings in the 13 March online issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. ... more