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2015/07/06 22:46
2015/07/06 22:46
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... last month in the journal Nature, shows that there are four major classes of breast cancer, the Associated Press reported. "With this study, we're one giant step closer to...
2015/07/06 22:46
2015/07/06 22:46
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2015/07/06 07:02
2015/07/06 07:02
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... institutions around the country that have integrative in their name, at places like Harvard, Stanford, Duke, and the Mayo Clinic. Most of them offer treatments like acupuncture, massage, and...
2015/07/05 14:19
2015/07/05 14:19
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... college Mandarin courses and sold C compilers to Chinese universities. Holmes went to Stanford for chemical engineering, and during her time there, filed her first patent (for an...
2015/07/02 07:03
2015/07/02 07:03
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... This legal disparity allows someone who toils inside a factory to face higher risks of cancer and other maladies than someone who lives just beyond the plant fence. The damage, it turns...
2015/07/01 03:17
2015/07/01 03:17
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LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Michael Allen Pulsipher, MD, will join the Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases and the Division of Hematology, Oncology and Blood and Marrow Transplantation...
2015/06/30 09:16
2015/06/30 09:16
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A team of researchers have developed a method to determine chemicals’ tendency to cause breast cancer. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory staff scientist Paul Yaswen and his team — along with...
2015/06/29 22:50
2015/06/29 22:50
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... developed will survey a wide range of LGBT folks about health issues like HIV/AIDS, smoking, cancer, obesity, mental issues, and depression. They’re calling it "the PRIDE Study." And anyone who...
2015/06/29 04:26
2015/06/29 04:26
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... need not be at odds with the pursuit of profit. Goldman Sachs and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have bought bulk subscriptions to Headspace for their employees. As with many...
2015/06/28 15:54
2015/06/28 15:54
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... camera along the US-Mexican border to tell personal stories in "Border Odyssey." Spanning cancer biology, career advice, religious studies and poetry, Duke writers offer an array of topics...
2015/06/26 21:17
2015/06/26 21:17
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STANFORD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Stanford Health Care today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion and upcoming opening of its new Stanford Cancer Center South Bay in San Jose....
2015/06/24 18:21
2015/06/24 18:21
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... a recent $24 million pledge to start the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy Research at Stanford University, a $4.5 million grant this month to support malaria eradication efforts at the...
2015/06/24 11:28
2015/06/24 11:28
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... developed a breath test that can differentiate between malignant and benign esophageal cancer in patients. This can help doctors diagnose early signs of esophageal and gastric cancer in a...
2015/06/24 10:58
2015/06/24 10:58
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... after seeing a site called “The Facebook” on the computer of his roommate’s girlfriend at Stanford, he met founder Mark Zuckerberg and soon became the president of Facebook. Today, with a...
2015/06/18 03:22
2015/06/18 03:22
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... strikes against Iran. His influence was credited for pushing President George W. Bush to institute the 2007 military 'surge' in Iraq. Achilles heel: Some of his critics have taken to call...
2015/06/16 20:21
2015/06/16 20:21
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... pathways to cell death typically caused by asbestos fibres, says Dr George, of the ithree institute at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). "We think the compound could be used...
2015/06/14 22:43
2015/06/14 22:43
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... in a lab coat who hadn't paid his dues. Ms Jacobs, a professor emerita of medicine at Stanford, neatly splits Jonas Salk into two "acts". The first is a vivid if by now familiar...
2015/06/13 21:22
2015/06/13 21:22
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STANFORD -- In the 1990s, Stanford's Irv Weissman created a unique way to grow and deliver blood stem cells to desperate patients with aggressive cancers, boosting survival rates. But then the...
2015/06/13 02:03
2015/06/13 02:03
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Roswell Park Cancer Institute is about to find out if its big bet on personalized medicine will pay off. If it does, it could speed up a reinvention of cancer care – and put the Buffalo cancer center...
2015/06/12 19:44
2015/06/12 19:44
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... Bay Area often due to her parents' jobs -- an experience she said will help as she heads to Stanford University this fall to study human biology. "I'd say I am adaptive, I change really...
2015/06/12 17:45
2015/06/12 17:45
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... no, or underdeveloped, vaginas. But researchers from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's Institute for Regenerative Medicine found a way to use these girls' own muscle and epithelial cells...
2015/07/06 22:46
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