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The body may perceive extreme exercise as too stressful to allow ovulation to occur.
SHARON JAYSON
3 days 17 hours ago
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The pavement sealcoat products used widely around the nation on thousands of asphalt driveways and parking lots are significantly more toxic and mutagenic than previously suspected, according to a...
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'Extraordinary' but short-term results from early-stage trial of engineered immune cells.
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A health expert has called for a commitment to contribute resources and energy to control cancer in less-resourced countries, where there are significant gaps in cancer awareness, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
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Twenty-seven of 29 patients with an advanced type of leukemia that had proved resistant to multiple other forms of therapy went into remission after their T cells (disease-fighting immune cells) were genetically engineered to fight their cancers. This study is the first CAR T-cell trial to infuse patients with an even mixture of two types of T cells (helper and killer cells, which work together to kill cancer).
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A new model of care for patients with low-risk prostate cancer has been tested by a research team. The evidence-based approach uses best practices to appropriately select and follow patients to avoid disease overtreatment.
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(MedPage Today) -- Also, new AML drug may increase survival
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Finding the vulnerable points where HIV enters the female reproductive tract is like searching for needles in a haystack. But using the light of a firefly gene, scientists have solved that challenge by creating a glowing map of the very first cells to be infected with a HIV-like virus. Scientists have shown for the first time that HIV enters cells throughout the entire female reproductive tract, not just the cervix as previously thought. Now scientists know where to attack it.
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A protein called Musashi-2 regulates the function and development of important blood stem cells. This knowledge provides new strategies that can be used to control the growth of these cells -- cells that can be used as therapeutics for a range of life-threatening diseases but are, in general, in very short supply.
4 days 8 hours ago
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The immune response to the flu vaccine was stronger in those vaccinated in the morning than those who got the shot in the afternoon.
NICHOLAS BAKALAR
4 days 10 hours ago
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