world health

Ayao* is a tall and well-built 15-year-old, and like many his age, he is very particular about his appearance. He wears a white T-shirt with a colourful design on the front, white trousers and Kappa slip-on sandals. He likes to put a lot of effort into grooming his stylishly cut hair. When I meet him… Read more

A reusable breast cancer treatment device could offer a low-cost alternative for women in low-income and low-resource countries. The tissue-freezing probe uses cryoablation, a method that kills cancerous tissue by exposing it to extremely cold temperatures, and uses carbon dioxide, a widely available and affordable alternative to argon, the current industry standard. “Innovation in cancer… Read more