New radiation therapy for cancer patients that has NO side-effects such hair loss or nausea

New radiation therapy for cancer patients that has NO side-effects such hair loss or nausea Trials have successfully killed cancer cells in mice and there are plans to test treatment in humans Side-effects of radiotherapy occur because it damages healthy cells as well as destroying cancerous onesNew radiation therapy using specially-engineered boron chemical spares neighboring healthy cells By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 19:13 GMT, 4 April 2013 | UPDATED: 19:19 GMT, 4 April 2013 Scientists have developed a new radiation therapy for cancer patients that has no debilitating side-effects such as hair loss or sickness.

Men who go bald by the age of 40 are more likely to get prostate cancer

Men who go bald by the age of 40 are more likely to get prostate cancer Increased risk may be due higher levels of testosterone Hormone can trigger the development of cancerous cells but also inhibit hair growth By Pat Hagan PUBLISHED: 13:54 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:10 GMT, 22 January 2013 Men who go bald by the time they reach 40 may be at increased of getting prostate cancer at an early age, according to new research.

Gone today, hair tomorrow: The transplant you can have in a day (if you don"t mind sitting still for 16 hours)

Gone today, hair tomorrow: The transplant you can have in a day (if you don't mind sitting still for 16 hours) Scott had hair transplant surgery in just 16 hoursPatient said operation did hurt but he distracted himself watching filmsThe procedure took place in Glasgow and was a first for Scotland | UPDATED: 08:03 GMT, 28 September 2012 The follicly challenged can now regain a full head of hair in a day thanks to the world's fastest hair transplant.

African mouse that sheds and regrows its skin may hold key to regenerating scar-free tissue in people

The African mouse that could hold the key to healing wounds without scar tissue by regenerating its own damaged skin African spiny mouse is first mammal found capable of regrowing its own skinCould provide a new model for wound healing and tissue regeneration in people | UPDATED: 11:16 GMT, 27 September 2012 Enlarge The mouse that can heal itself: This rodent can shed its skin and fur to allow it to escape the grasp of predators A small African mammal with an unusual ability to regrow damaged tissues could be the key to the next breakthrough in regenerative medicine, say scientists.

Baldness cure which reverses genetics could be on the market in two years

Baldness cure which reverses genetics could be on the market in two years Protein which stops hair follicles maturing found by scientistsThe team behind the discovery is in talks with drugs companies which may put a cure on the market in two years

Doctors baffled by mystery illness which causes woman to grow fingernails instead of hair

Doctors baffled by mystery illness which causes woman to grow fingernails instead of hairShanyna Isom’s body is covered in hard scabs suffocating her skinAll hair on her body had been replaced by ‘nails’Doctors have no clue as to what the disease is or how to cure it

Michael Gray"s hair transplant is broadcast live on the internet

Ouch! Former-England footballer's hair transplant is broadcast live on the internet Surgery started at 10am and expected to finish by 4pmMichael Gray said he was conscious of how he looked due to working in the media | UPDATED: 13:08 GMT, 11 June 2012 Sports pundit and former England footballer Michael Gray is undergoing the first UK hair transplant to be streamed live on the internet.