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2014/07/23 00:58
2014/07/23 00:58
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... participants across the finish line, died July 16 at 58. The cause was breast cancer, which had been in remission since she was diagnosed with the disease more than 20 years ago,...
2014/07/23 00:58
2014/07/23 00:58
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2014/07/23 00:57
2014/07/23 00:57
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The incidence of melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, is higher in Marin County than the rest of the Bay Area and California, and has increased rapidly in the past decade, according to a...
2014/07/22 12:28
2014/07/22 12:28
2d
... polluted air, scientists have said. Published in the journal Climate Change, researchers from Stanford University in California said that air quality is to become increasingly poor as a result...
2014/07/21 10:55
2014/07/21 10:55
3d
... DNA, such as during the early life of the embryo, and in the development of diseases like cancer. The team, comprising members from the Babraham Institute - a research center funded by the...
2014/07/19 22:58
2014/07/19 22:58
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... university’s surgery program is second in the country for research funding from the National Institutes of Health. At the same time, Carolinas HealthCare has seen some high-profile departures...
2014/07/18 13:54
2014/07/18 13:54
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WIKIMEDIA, GUIDO GERDINGA team led by investigators at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute in Los Angeles, California, has devised a way to temporarily turn pig heart muscle into pacemaker cells, opening...
2014/07/17 18:17
2014/07/17 18:17
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... 2014 Newswise — LA JOLLA, CA AND JUPITER, FL—July 17, 2014—Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and their collaborators...
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2014/07/17 16:17
2014/07/17 16:17
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New Gene Discovered That Stops the Spread of Deadly Cancer Salk scientists identify gene that fights metastasis of a common lung cancer. Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsMolecular...
2014/07/17 03:40
2014/07/17 03:40
7d
Singapore – A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) fellow, Dr Wan Yue, has become the first Singaporean to receive the prestigious Branco Weiss Fellowship given by the Swiss-based ‘Society in...
2014/07/16 21:40
2014/07/16 21:40
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... demonstrate extraordinary promise. Meet the latest: Elizabeth Holmes. The 30-year-old Stanford dropout turned paper multibillionaire has worked for 11 years on her startup, which aims to...
2014/07/14 14:52
2014/07/14 14:52
10d
... and disruptive technology, the creation of a leading edge medical research institute and three commercial ventures to commercialise his research. He was made a Professor at...
2014/07/14 14:22
2014/07/14 14:22
10d
... the "serious risk of acute bronchospasm associated with Afrezza." Then's the risk of lung cancer also mentioned prominently in the Afrezza label. As a post-approval commitment, MannKind is...
2014/07/10 19:28
2014/07/10 19:28
13d
... back fast enough!" chuckles Blackburn. Robert Sapolsky, a pioneering stress researcher at Stanford University and author of the bestselling "Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers," described the...
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2014/07/09 15:59
2014/07/09 15:59
14d
... to substantially increased death rates, according to a new study conducted by the National Cancer Institute. Otherwise known as "extreme obesity," class 3 obesity has increased more than...
2014/07/08 06:35
2014/07/08 06:35
16d
Chase and one of Wall Street's most powerful leaders, said he would start treatment for throat cancer, raising new questions about succession plans at the biggest US bank. Photo: Bloomberg New...
2014/07/07 04:23
2014/07/07 04:23
17d
... conference, she noted it means debilitating pain affects more people than heart disease, cancer and diabetes combined. That number is the equivalent of more than 40 percent of the U.S....
2014/07/03 17:31
2014/07/03 17:31
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Thursday at La Entrada at 5:30 p.m. Both Palo Alto teams and Menlo-Atherton have been eliminated. Stanford grad Andi Murez had two runner-up finishes and one third place at the annual Fran Crippen...
2014/07/01 13:20
2014/07/01 13:20
23d
... identify, within minutes, a range of illnesses, including AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and cancer. Such devices will also be ubiquitous and immediately identify a broad range of disease...
2014/06/27 11:05
2014/06/27 11:05
27d
... In any case, our intrepidly ignorant Ms. Hirsch goes on to blather how radiation can cause cancer and damage DNA; so of course it must be able to cause autism as well. The spirits also...
2014/06/25 06:17
2014/06/25 06:17
29d
... Big Workflow applications. Moab gives users a competitive advantage, inspiring them to develop cancer-curing treatments, discover the origins of the universe, lower energy prices, manufacture...
2014/07/23 00:58
2014/07/23 00:58
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