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2015/04/17 19:02
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... surgery there. Heck, he’s vice-chair! He’s also the director of Columbia’s Cardiovascular Institute and Integrative Medicine Program. In other words, he does hold high ranking positions in...
2015/04/17 19:02
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2015/04/15 06:17
2015/04/15 06:17
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... internationally-renowned experts in the fields of cancer immunotherapy (Prof Holbrook Kohrt, Stanford Cancer Institute) and oncology drug development (Dr Rob Williams, Chief Drug Development...
2015/04/13 05:17
2015/04/13 05:17
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... internationally-renowned experts in the fields of cancer immunotherapy (Prof Holbrook Kohrt, Stanford Cancer Institute) and oncology drug development (Dr Rob Williams, Chief Drug Development...
2015/04/12 09:33
2015/04/12 09:33
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... to 50, and then it stops,” says psychology professor Laura Carstensen, founding director of the Stanford Center on Longevity. “As we learn about aging, we’re finding that the malleability, the...
2015/04/10 13:30
2015/04/10 13:30
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Professor, Wits University and Visiting Professor of Romance Studies and Franklin Humanities Institute Research Scholar, Duke University M. Neelika Jayawardane, Associate Professor of English...
2015/04/10 01:45
2015/04/10 01:45
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... die about five years earlier than women, and are more likely to die from chronic disease like cancer and cardiovascular disease. But one thing that does bring patients to the doctor, said Dr....
2015/04/08 15:44
2015/04/08 15:44
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... autoimmune disorders. He has donated millions to finding a cure for allergies and to new cancer therapies. Google’s Sergey Brin, 41, has proposed a new kind of science that starts with...
2015/04/08 03:21
2015/04/08 03:21
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... fought for the best care for Lily, they learned about the lack of progress in fighting the cancer. They were introduced to other DIPG families, and often grieved with them when their children...
2015/04/04 19:48
2015/04/04 19:48
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... double mastectomy because of a gene in her body that makes her more susceptible to breast cancer is just the start. It may one day be possible to change the gene rather than the result. The...
2015/04/04 18:33
2015/04/04 18:33
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... chief of education and training in division of neonatal and developmental medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. "It's truly meant to be a place where hospital operations...
2015/04/02 05:42
2015/04/02 05:42
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... second installment titled ‘The Blind Men and the Elephant.’ There’s no archetypal response to cancer. Patients have different responses. This woman’s or this man’s struggle – this child’s...
2015/03/31 11:39
2015/03/31 11:39
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... also a member of the Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine and the Stanford Cancer Institute. "If we apply Cibersort to cancer tissues, we think we will be able to see...
2015/03/29 20:43
2015/03/29 20:43
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Dr. Angelo Volandes remembers performing rib-cracking CPR on a frail elderly man dying of lung cancer, a vivid example of an end-of-life dilemma: Because his patient never said if he wanted aggressive...
2015/03/27 04:43
2015/03/27 04:43
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... the marketing office at (713) 348-3094. March 29 (Sun.) 1 pm; Southern Miss at Rice BREAST CANCER AWARENESS DAY - Wear pink and help the Owls raise awareness in the fight against breast...
2015/03/26 16:43
2015/03/26 16:43
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... Wits University and visiting professor of Romance Studies and Franklin Humanities Institute Research Scholar, Duke University M Neelika Jayawardane, associate professor of English...
2015/03/25 09:09
2015/03/25 09:09
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... Dr. Angelo Volandes remembers performing rib-cracking CPR on a frail elderly man dying of lung cancer, a vivid example of an end-of-life dilemma: Because his patient never said if he wanted...
2015/03/20 16:42
2015/03/20 16:42
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... for their studies and keep them on board. MyHeart Counts - an app developed at the Stanford University School of Medicine that evaluates how patients' activity levels influence...
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2015/03/20 13:03
2015/03/20 13:03
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... generations. Data could reveal the driving factors behind leading causes of death, like cancer, heart disease, and stroke. Someday, users could be alerted about an imminent heart attack...
2015/03/19 21:54
2015/03/19 21:54
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... Health Affairs. When we learned that Victor Dzau would be leaving to become President of the Institute of Medicine, I took preliminary soundings on the proper shape for this key leadership...
2015/03/19 17:08
2015/03/19 17:08
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... data for ibrutinib (IMBRUVICA®) will be highlighted at the 2015 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting to be held April 18 – 22, 2015, in Philadelphia, PA. Several...
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