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2015/03/01 08:35
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... to the Petrified Forest in Calistoga last week. No big deal? Think again. DiMarco’s a lung cancer survivor. Taking field trips with her children ends a six-year journey that started when she...
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2015/02/26 21:00
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... a radiographer was regarded as excellent, as referenced in a 1953 letter from the Meyerstein Institute of Radiotherapy of Middlesex Hospital in London, and again in 1956, this time by the X-ray...
2015/02/26 20:56
2015/02/26 20:56
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... needs help.” Several years after Charlton finished college, his father was diagnosed with cancer. Caring for his father, Charlton realized that his desire to become a doctor outweighed his...
2015/02/26 17:20
2015/02/26 17:20
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... University of Maryland and the Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota. The cause of death was lung cancer, Mote officials said. An unabashed adventurer and prolific researcher, Dr. Clark traveled...
2015/02/26 14:21
2015/02/26 14:21
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... friends and family said. Maynard was 56. The cause of her death was complications from lung cancer. "Dori was an amazing force for good in journalism," said Dawn Garcia, managing director of...
2015/02/24 14:43
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... is first metabolized into acetaldehyde, a toxic chemical that can cause DNA damage and cancer. In the liver, aldehyde dehydrogenase 2 (ALDH2) is the main enzyme responsible for breaking...
2015/02/24 07:57
2015/02/24 07:57
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... the United Nations Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, while teaching environmental biology at Stanford University. Jain is a leading scientist in cancer treatment, and is a part of the National...
2015/02/22 14:12
2015/02/22 14:12
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According to figures from the World Health Organisation, it kills more people than stomach cancer, cirrhosis of the liver, colon cancer, breast cancer, and Alzheimer’s. As people who kill...
2015/02/22 11:59
2015/02/22 11:59
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... employment generation Development of diagnostics: For major diseases, genetic disorders, cancer, tuberculosis, HIV, malaria, and neurological disorders Environment and biodiversity Human...
2015/02/20 07:02
2015/02/20 07:02
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... has taken on renewed urgency since the San Diego Safari Park lost 42-year-old Angalifu to cancer in December, leaving only five northern white rhinos left in the world — and all unable to...
2015/02/19 13:09
2015/02/19 13:09
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... shows that children raised by same-sex couples are at no important disadvantage," wrote Stanford University sociologist Michael Rosenfeld in an email. "There is a noisy fringe of academics...
2015/02/17 14:19
2015/02/17 14:19
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... has taken on renewed urgency since the San Diego Zoo Safari Park lost 42-year-old Angalifu to cancer in December, leaving only five northern white rhinos in the world — and all unable to...
2015/02/17 00:46
2015/02/17 00:46
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... trials within the next three years, and she's not the only one. Another research team from Stanford just began a study giving a transfusion of blood plasma donated by young people to patients...
2015/02/13 00:03
2015/02/13 00:03
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... Palo Alto, CA, at the age of 94. She was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, attended Case Institute of Technology and graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor of science degree. She...
2015/02/12 19:45
2015/02/12 19:45
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... has taken on renewed urgency since the San Diego Safari Park lost 42-year-old Angalifu to cancer in December, leaving only five northern white rhinos left in the world, and all unable to...
2015/02/11 12:43
2015/02/11 12:43
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COLES COULD have had any job he wanted in the drug industry. In five years at the helm of cancer drug developer Onyx Pharmaceuticals he increased its market cap eightfold by purchasing an...
2015/02/11 06:17
2015/02/11 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...
2015/02/10 19:40
2015/02/10 19:40
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... old brainsCan the aging process be delayed using the blood of young people? One study from the Stanford School of Medicine found that the blood of young mice can be used to restore mental...
2015/02/09 09:17
2015/02/09 09:17
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... colposcope system used by mobile clinics that is enabling screening for cervical cancer - and resulting in the saving of lives -- among a high-risk and under-served population. As...
2015/02/09 07:12
2015/02/09 07:12
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... cells, Richard C. Mulligan, PhD, Director of the Harvard Gene Therapy Initiative, Harvard Institutes of Medicine, Boston, MA, and A. Dusty Miller, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research...
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