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2015/01/30 01:29
2015/01/30 01:29
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... they won their section of the U.S. hosted, global business plan contest, the Breast Cancer Start-up Challenge with their newly created biopharma company, Mesopharm Therapeutics. This...
2015/01/30 01:29
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2015/01/29 14:39
2015/01/29 14:39
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... discovered that a key protein for cell health, which has recently been linked to diabetes, cancer and other diseases, can multitask by having two identical protein parts divide labor. The TH...
2015/01/28 09:08
2015/01/28 09:08
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... lead author Kim Rhoads, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Surgery and a member of the Stanford Cancer Institute, said in a news release about the study. "As a network of 25 of the...
2015/01/26 06:34
2015/01/26 06:34
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... of harmful ultraviolet radiation (the stuff that causes sunburns and can mutate DNA and cause cancer). CFCs and other substances that deplete this type of ozone are not so good, and in the...
2015/01/24 22:43
2015/01/24 22:43
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... the value of genomic sequencing and the push toward personalized medicine, says a team of Stanford scientists studying the immune system. “Everything starts to look like genetics. And yet,...
2015/01/24 22:22
2015/01/24 22:22
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The company responded with newsletters about healthy living, such as how to help prevent breast cancer, prostate cancer and lung disease. (It did not respond to interview requests for this...
2015/01/23 16:44
2015/01/23 16:44
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... many years of human life," said Helen Blau, PhD, professor of microbiology and immunology at Stanford and director of the university's Baxter Laboratory for Stem Cell Biology. "This greatly...
2015/01/23 09:09
2015/01/23 09:09
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... a culturing system for human liver stem cells, as well as stem cells from pancreatic cancer, discoveries with the potential to revolutionize liver transplantation and aid in the fight...
2015/01/22 03:30
2015/01/22 03:30
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Mike Smith, the longtime executive director of the AIDS Emergency Fund and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, has announced that he is stepping down. Smith told the Bay Area Reporter that he has no...
2015/01/21 08:09
2015/01/21 08:09
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... to produce pharmaceuticals used in the imaging and diagnosis of diseases such as cancer, arthritis, Parkinson's disease and eye degeneration. However, problems occur in the...
2015/01/20 06:41
2015/01/20 06:41
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... conventional wisdom often goes, ‘We don’t blame people for physical diseases like cancer or diabetes because those things are biologically caused,’ and we might expect that by...
2015/01/17 16:05
2015/01/17 16:05
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... donates $US1000 a month to charities and causes, including Movember, Lifeline and the Ballarat Cancer Research Centre (recently renamed the Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute), according to a...
2015/01/15 23:00
2015/01/15 23:00
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... the American Friends of Hebrew University and as Chair of the Bay Area Friends of the Weizmann Institute of Science. She received the Scopus Award from Hebrew University, the Visionary Leader...
2015/01/15 17:41
2015/01/15 17:41
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Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered the stem cell in mice that gives rise to bone, cartilage and a key part of bone marrow called the stroma. In addition, the...
2015/01/14 16:44
2015/01/14 16:44
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Robert Urban of the Johnson & Johnson Boston Innovation Center, Piotr Grodzinski of the National Cancer Institute, Stanley Williams of Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Aude Oliva of the Massachusetts...
2015/01/09 16:35
2015/01/09 16:35
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... because of the corporate brand and the impenetrable secrecy surrounding it. The Buck Institute in Marin County was featured in The Atlantic's October cover story "What Happens When We...
2015/01/03 00:30
2015/01/03 00:30
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... arsenic exposure became apparent in some residents. As part of the study, researchers at the Stanford Cancer Institute found that human breast cancer cells grown in lab cultures are killed by...
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2015/01/02 09:27
2015/01/02 09:27
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A fluorescent microscope image shows human embryonic stem cells in this photo taken at Stanford University and released by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. (REUTERS/Michael...
2015/01/01 18:24
2015/01/01 18:24
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... and soccer to name a few. - Vista Murrieta Coach Andy Rucker, who launched the Coaches vs. Cancer game at Vista Murrieta three years ago had all six Southwestern boys� teams participate in...
2015/01/01 12:45
2015/01/01 12:45
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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...
2015/01/30 01:29
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