CBD’s Potential as an Anti-Cancer Agent
Chemotherapy treatment is incredibly difficult on patient wellbeing, but an unlikely plant-derived substance may yet improve the adverse side effects. In this blog, we discuss the use of CBD as a treatment for side effects like organ damage and drug resistance in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy.
Clearing the Brain Fog: Long COVID and Cognitive Impairment
One common post-COVID symptom is brain fog or "COVID fog," which may affect up to 25% of recovered individuals. Given the global prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 and the detrimental impact of such cognitive impairment, the public health implications are considerable. Fernández-Castañeda et al. recently examined the underlying neurological changes associated with COVID fog, which we review in this blog post.
Talking Real Science with Chris PerryDarius Soo Lum
Chris Perry shares his career path and recent project of creating a CRO to bring more opportunity to deliver solutions for muscle disorders while still benefiting his trainees.
Combination Therapy for Cancer Treatment
The combination of anti-cancer drugs, or combination therapy, has been hailed as a “cornerstone of cancer therapy” since it targets key pathways synergistically, thereby enhancing efficacy compared to monotherapies. This blog takes a look at a recent publication in Nature, which reported the effects of 2025 pairwise drug combinations in breast, colon, and pancreatic cell lines.
Cutting Edge Conversations: Discovering New Innovations in Oncology
Experts discuss progress in cancer research, including novel treatments, experimental therapies, and drug development.
Cutting Edge Conversations: The Role of In Vivo Studies in Personalized Medicine
Grace Walton, Jonathan Nakashima, and Meghan Loy kick off Episode 1 of Scientist.com's Cutting Edge Conversations series with a presentation on fundamentals and future trends around the role of in vivo studies in personalized medicine