Is it still worth attending a university? ~ Dr. Antonio Giordano (Sbarro Institute / SHRO)

In recent years, cultural and academic education has been disproportionately influenced by the concept of “competence,” at the expense of pursuing a well-rounded, liberal arts foundation. With tuition costs rising and the job market always changing, it is understandable for students, their parents, and academic leaders to find this idea appealing. It seems practical to … Continue reading Is it still worth attending a university? ~ Dr. Antonio Giordano (Sbarro Institute / SHRO)

Immunotherapy Covered in Special Edition of Current Clinical Pathology

SHRO President Antonio Giordano, Co-Editor In the latest Current Clinical Pathology publication on Immunotherapy, Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) President, Antonio Giordano, M.D., Ph.D., co-edits the volume, focused on cardiovascular toxicities.  The development of immunotherapy in the oncology field has revolutionized the prognosis of many types of cancer. The immune checkpoint inhibitors target receptors whose inhibition increases … Continue reading Immunotherapy Covered in Special Edition of Current Clinical Pathology

Incidence of breast cancer in ethnic minority groups in North America and in Western Europe

Despite considerable advantages in research for treatments and therapies for breast cancer, there is a noticeable lack of resources which emphasizes racial disparities and socioeconomic status. Breast cancer (BC) is one of the most prevalent cancer types among women, and among the top cancer deaths. Research to address this worldwide issue has been conducted to … Continue reading Incidence of breast cancer in ethnic minority groups in North America and in Western Europe

The evidence on the use of a ‘Cancer Vaccine’ is encouraging

The day when the two RNA-based anti-covid-19 vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna, were authorized for use was an important moment for us all. Messenger RNA (mRNA) carries information for the construction of proteins in cells. A major obstacle to overcome in designing an RNA-based vaccine is the limitation is mRNA's extreme instability. mRNA tends to degrade … Continue reading The evidence on the use of a ‘Cancer Vaccine’ is encouraging

Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) Arrives in Campania

Professor Antonio Giordano, MD, Phd, President - SHRO and Giancarlo Arra, Vice President - SHRO “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants” – Sir Isaac Newton (in a letter to Robert Hooke, 1675) Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO), based in Temple University Campus, Philadelphia, USA, has arrived in … Continue reading Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) Arrives in Campania

Temple Law Signs First Partnership in Southern Italy

News update from Temple University, Beasley School of Law Università degli Studi di Napoli - Parthenope (source Wikipedia, author: Il mattino) May 25, 2022, was marked as a significant date for the Temple University and the University of Naples Parthenope as both the universities signed an agreement between their law schools to facilitate joint international … Continue reading Temple Law Signs First Partnership in Southern Italy

Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) ‘Charity Gala Event’ in Naples, Italy – 16th June 2022

Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO), a world center of excellence for cancer research based in Philadelphia, has organized a ‘Charity Gala Dinner’ in Vico Equense, a beautiful coastal town of Naples in Southern Italy, at Le Axidie Resort, on the 16th of June 2022 8 p.m. onwards. Professor Antonio Giordano, MD, Ph.D., Founder & Director … Continue reading Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) ‘Charity Gala Event’ in Naples, Italy – 16th June 2022

The 2000-year-old genome and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius ~ Antonio Giordano, MD, PhD

Pompeii, reproduction of unearthed human figure (not actual) [source: canva] A unique study, published by “Scientific Report” revealed the DNA content of one of the inhabitants of Pompeii from around 2000 years ago, who likely lived at the time of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Up to now, only fragments of mitochondrial … Continue reading The 2000-year-old genome and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius ~ Antonio Giordano, MD, PhD

The use of HPV test to prevent cervical cancer ~ Dr. Antonio Giordano (Sbarro Institute / SHRO)

Women infected with the papillomavirus have a higher risk of cervical cancer. The HPV test has contributed to the progress of HPV infection diagnosis because it has allowed demonstrating how the virus and its variants, known as serotypes, spreads and has also highlighted the infections caused by strains with high oncogenic risk. HPV is a … Continue reading The use of HPV test to prevent cervical cancer ~ Dr. Antonio Giordano (Sbarro Institute / SHRO)

Everything you need to know about Clinical Trials ~ by Prof Antonio Giordano

A clinical study or a clinical trial is generally medical research, which requires the participation of volunteers, either healthy or sick, to analyze, identify and develop new therapeutic interventions aimed at the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. Such clinical trials help in determining which approach works better to reach the endpoint of the study … Continue reading Everything you need to know about Clinical Trials ~ by Prof Antonio Giordano