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The Scientist
Evidence of Risk Assessment in Plants Reportedto estimate the point where plants should take the gamble,” Sarah Heilbronner,
Evidence of Risk Assessment in Plants Reported
The Scientist / Posted 8 hours ago
to estimate the point where plants should take the gamble,” Sarah Heilbronner, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Rochester Medical Center who studies decision-making but was not involved in the work, wrote in an email to The Scientist.... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Let's raise the voting age to 25, at leastdeveloped, nor is it capable of making fully rational judgments, until at least
Let's raise the voting age to 25, at least
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 13 hours ago
developed, nor is it capable of making fully rational judgments, until at least the age of 25. Here's how the University of Rochester Medical Center puts it in its health encyclopedia: "It doesn't matter how smart your teen is or how well he or she... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Notre Dame High names 2016 Hall Of Fame inducteesmention. She earned a College President’s Award for highest nursing GPA, and is
Notre Dame High names 2016 Hall Of Fame inductees
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted yesterday
mention. She earned a College President’s Award for highest nursing GPA, and is a registered nurse at the University of Rochester Medical Center and an assistant soccer coach at St. John Fisher. Pautz earned eight varsity letters. The... Read more
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NBC News
Why Didn't FluMist Flu Vaccine Work? Your Questions Answeredsomething specific related to the pandemic H1N1 virus," said Dr. John Treanor,
Why Didn't FluMist Flu Vaccine Work? Your Questions Answered
NBC News / Posted 4 days ago
something specific related to the pandemic H1N1 virus," said Dr. John Treanor, who tests flu vaccines at the University of Rochester Medical Center. "It might be something about the H1N1 live attenuated influenza vaccine (that's FluMist) that makes... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
County flies in pathologists as overdose deaths surgesaid Dignan, who said she left a career she loved so she could have more family
County flies in pathologists as overdose deaths surge
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
said Dignan, who said she left a career she loved so she could have more family time. She now teaches at the University of Rochester Medical Center. The UR's medical school offers elective courses in forensic pathology but does not offer a... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Cancer trial patient in remissionscience trained his own blood cells to battle his cancer. In March, Foster was
Cancer trial patient in remission
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
science trained his own blood cells to battle his cancer. In March, Foster was the first patient at the University of Rochester Medical Center to undergo CAR T-cell immunotherapy as part of a national clinical trial. A second lymphoma patient,... Read more
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MPNnow.com
URMC clinical trials lead way to vaccinesThe Vaccine Research Unit at the University of Rochester Medical Center began c
URMC clinical trials lead way to vaccines
MPNnow.com / Posted 10 days ago
The Vaccine Research Unit at the University of Rochester Medical Center began conducting vaccine trials in the 1970s and they haven’t stopped. The unit conducts large (up to 20 people) isolation studies to test the effectiveness of live-virus... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim receives award for cancer workprincipal charity of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Money rai
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim receives award for cancer work
Lake Placid News / Posted 17 days ago
principal charity of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Money raised will remain in the Rochester area and be used for research at the Wilmot Cancer Center and the University of Rochester Medical Center, among other local organizati... Read more
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WKTV Utica
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim receives award for cancer workprincipal charity of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Money rai
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim receives award for cancer work
WKTV Utica / Posted 17 days ago
principal charity of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Money raised will remain in the Rochester area and be used for research at the Wilmot Cancer Center and the University of Rochester Medical Center, among other local organizati... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim receives award for cancer workraised will remain in the Rochester area and be used for research at the Wilmot
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim receives award for cancer work
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 17 days ago
raised will remain in the Rochester area and be used for research at the Wilmot Cancer Center and the University of Rochester Medical Center, among other local organizations. Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Study Reveals Fertility Tracker Apps Are 'Generally Inaccurate'the researchers said. Dr. Wendy Vitek, an assistant professor of obstetrics an
Study Reveals Fertility Tracker Apps Are 'Generally Inaccurate'
The Huffington Post / Posted 20 days ago
the researchers said. Dr. Wendy Vitek, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Rochester Medical Center who was not involved in the study, noted that the day a woman actually ovulates can vary from cycle... Read more
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FOX News
How accurate are fertility tracking apps?the researchers said. Dr. Wendy Vitek, an assistant professor of obstetrics an
How accurate are fertility tracking apps?
FOX News / Posted 20 days ago
the researchers said. Dr. Wendy Vitek, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Rochester Medical Center who was not involved in the study, noted that the day a woman actually ovulates can vary from cycle... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Mice implanted with human glia cells exhibit reduced symptoms of Huntington's diseasewe observed in this study tells us that there is a significant glia component i
Mice implanted with human glia cells exhibit reduced symptoms of Huntington's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 days ago
we observed in this study tells us that there is a significant glia component in Huntington's disease and that we may be able to improve function and delay progression with glial transplants," said Goldman. University of Rochester Medica... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Personlized exercise pattern may help reduce neuropathic symptoms of chemotherapybenefits. But more exercise isn't always better for patients who are going thro
Personlized exercise pattern may help reduce neuropathic symptoms of chemotherapy
News-Medical-Net / Posted 24 days ago
benefits. But more exercise isn't always better for patients who are going through chemo--so it's important to continue our work and find a way to personalize exercise in a way that will help each individual. " University of Rochester Medical Ce... Read more
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FOX News
Hospital 'cuddlers' soothe babies too tiny, sick to go homeHe "just wants to come and give back," said Chris Tryon, a child life specialis
Hospital 'cuddlers' soothe babies too tiny, sick to go home
FOX News / Posted 27 days ago
He "just wants to come and give back," said Chris Tryon, a child life specialist at the hospital, part of the University of Rochester Medical Center. Comer's cuddlers include 74-year-old Frank Dertz, a retired carpenter who heard about the program... Read more

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