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Ballard cancer survivor riding in Obliteride for better treatments and cures "We don't know ..." A cancer patient hears these words too many times during their treatment. "We don't know what caused...
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Superman can leap tall buildings in a single bound, but Australian NFL giant Jesse Williams' effort at scaling Seattle's iconic Space Needle step-by-step may be more impressive. The Brisbane...
2015/07/30 17:27
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Illumina CEO Jay Flatley has told me – more than once – that within the decade cancer will morph from fatal to a chronic disease. Now, many scientists are bandying together and saying that in that...
2015/07/29 11:00
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Nothing kills your ability to get things done faster than a bad night’s sleep. Studies show that sleep deprivation comes at a significant cost to work productivity — yawning employees find it hard to...
2015/07/25 08:44
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TIGER STYLE: Melia, a trained macaque adorned with stripes of dyed fur, grooms her Bedey owner.LYNN JOHNSON About a decade ago, Lisa Jones-Engel was traveling through rural Bangladesh in a caravan of...
2015/07/22 03:15
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VANCOUVER - A cure for HIV remains elusive, but scientists say the hunt is more hopeful than ever, based on the prospects of new research described at the International AIDS Society conference this...
2015/07/21 00:28
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SEATTLE -- We're surrounded by mountains here in the Pacific Northwest that many people climb just because they're there. And there's a group of people who also do it to advance treatments and cures...
2015/07/20 08:02
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Mammography is a topic that, as a breast surgeon, I can’t get away from. It’s a useful tool that those of us who treat breast cancer patients have used for over 30 years to detect breast cancer in...
2015/07/20 01:48
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A cancer research partnership at New Mexico State University is not only fostering extensive cancer research activity, it also is developing the next generation of cancer scientists and a new level of...
2015/07/16 14:56
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... Health) - Black patients with advanced colon cancer are less likely to receive chemotherapy after surgery to excise tumors than white patients, a U.S. study suggests. The treatment disparity...
2015/07/16 12:17
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Breaking News Genes determine AIDS vaccine effectiveness THE effectiveness of the AIDS vaccine is linked to genetics and responds differently in separate cases, according to an article published in...
2015/07/16 04:57
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Dr. Nixon Niyonzima at the Uganda Cancer Institute. The new outpatient clinic and research center is seen in the background. Making a major impact in your country, improving the lives of countless...
2015/07/14 10:17
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SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blaze Bioscience, the Tumor Paint Company®, a biotechnology company focused on guided cancer therapy, today announced expansion of its Phase 1 program into multiple...
2015/07/11 07:55
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Two studies published in PLOS Pathogens this month shed further light on the effect of neutralizing antibodies in the steep challenge facing researchers to develop a vaccine against AIDS/HIV. Nabs...
2015/07/07 20:19
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The increased use of mammograms to screen for breast cancer has subjected more women to invasive medical treatments but has not saved lives, a new study says. After reviewing cancer registry records...
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... in brain cancer surgery represent one of the highest unmet medical needs for both adults and children with brain cancer,” said Blaze co-founder and CEO Heather Franklin. “We continue to...
2015/07/07 07:09
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Intermittent dosing with rapamycin selectively breaks the cascade of inflammatory events that follow cellular senescence, a phenomena in which cells cease to divide in response to DNA damaging agents,...
2015/07/06 17:29
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Seattle researcher seeks cancer survivors for pilot program SEATTLE - The labs at Seattle's Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center are filled with scientists searching for cures for cancer. While...
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