“Healthcare: Social Inequalities affect care and mortality.” ~ by Dr. Antonio Giordano

Weak social groups are diagnosed with more cancers of the digestive system, whereas colorectal cases are more often found in the upper-middle-income social classes. How much does social inequality still affect the evolution of a disease? Evaluating the extent of this impact on the health system would provide us with a complete picture of the … Continue reading “Healthcare: Social Inequalities affect care and mortality.” ~ by Dr. Antonio Giordano

National Doctor’s Day, 30th March 2022 – Dr. Antonio Giordano (SHRO)

Dr. Antonio Giordano with Professors and Researchers at Sbarro Institute (SHRO) at Temple University, Philadelphia In the United States, 30th March is celebrated as National Doctor's Day. In historical terms, on 30th March 1933 wife of Dr. Charles B. Almond, Eudora Brown Almond, set aside a date to honor the contributions of physicians; on that … Continue reading National Doctor’s Day, 30th March 2022 – Dr. Antonio Giordano (SHRO)

Dr Antonio Giordano of Sbarro Health Research Organization: 5 Things Everyone Needs To Know About Cancer

An Interview With Savio P. Clemente Cancer is a treatable disease if caught early. For example, most ovarian cancers are detected at late stage (Stage III or higher) and by this time, the cancer is less sensitive to many of the therapies we have available for this disease. The same for breast cancer. Much work … Continue reading Dr Antonio Giordano of Sbarro Health Research Organization: 5 Things Everyone Needs To Know About Cancer

Post-Covid Effects: The Invisible Enemy of Memory and Cognitive Skills

According to recent studies, all those recovered showed up to 9 months later a significant reduction in the ability to apply themselves to a challenging task. Post Covid Effects: Analysis by Dr. Antonio Giordano, Founder & Director of Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) based on recent research studies by several institutions. Sars-Cov2, despite being a … Continue reading Post-Covid Effects: The Invisible Enemy of Memory and Cognitive Skills

“Omicron: Be Alarmed, not panic! Here is the new management of the pandemic” – Dr. Antonio Giordano

Scientists are examining a new coexistence with the virus: isolation of only positives and changes to quarantines limited to close positive contacts 'Omicron and how it's managed at present' a viewpoint shared by Dr. Antonio Giordano, Founder & Director of Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) http://www.shro.org The Omicron variant with its high transmissibility rates is … Continue reading “Omicron: Be Alarmed, not panic! Here is the new management of the pandemic” – Dr. Antonio Giordano

SHRO’s Giordano Meets with Appropriations Committee Chair on Capitol Hill

Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), Chair of the House Appropriations Committee meets with Dr. Antonio Giordano in Washington. WASHINGTON, D.C. November 4, 2021 – Professor Antonio Giordano, M.D., Ph.D., Neapolitan Oncologist, Director of the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research at Temple University and founder of the Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO), met today with Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro … Continue reading SHRO’s Giordano Meets with Appropriations Committee Chair on Capitol Hill

GYNOCARE COST Creates International Research Collab on Rare Cancers Affecting Millions of Women Annually

Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) Founder and Director, Antonio Giordano, M.D., Ph.D., of Temple University and the University of Siena, Italy, is part of the GYNOCARE COST Action (CA18117) chaired by Prof Jean Calleja Agius of the University of Malta. This COST Action has just launched the official website: www.gynocare.net.  GYNOCARE is a European network for … Continue reading GYNOCARE COST Creates International Research Collab on Rare Cancers Affecting Millions of Women Annually

Human-Dog Relationship during the First COVID-19 Lockdown in Italy

The isolation and abrupt interruption of social contacts and interpersonal affective relationships caused by the Covid-19 pandemic have triggered greater fragility and uncertainty in people and this condition has also had repercussions in the human-dog relationship. The paper "Human-Dog Relationship during the First COVID-19 Lockdown in Italy" published in the prestigious international journal "Animals" is … Continue reading Human-Dog Relationship during the First COVID-19 Lockdown in Italy

Researchers Investigate Link between LncRNA MORT (ZNF667-AS1) and Gynecological Cancer

Long non‑coding RNAs (lncRNAs) play a critical role in tumorigenesis. LncRNAs can beclassified into tumor suppressor genes or oncogenes, depending on their function within the cellular context and the signalling pathways in which they are involved. These regulatory RNAs are potential therapeutic targets for cancer due to their tissue and tumor specificity. The lncRNA Mortal Obligate … Continue reading Researchers Investigate Link between LncRNA MORT (ZNF667-AS1) and Gynecological Cancer