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Turning the tables on cancer

Men with adenocarcinoma in the eye who developed relapsed tumors were treated with a conjugate HER2 inhibitor (XRG-MB-231) according to a study published online July 30 in Clinical Cancer Research. Men with adenocarcinoma in the eye are at increased risk for poor outcomes because their vocal cords also known as the olfactory epithelium are not extensively cleared of malignant cells…

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Researchers discover brain region that increases political will to stay neutral

Finding the smallest possible gene mutation responsible for a persons ability to remain neutral in the face of their countrys never-ending conflict with other large countries may be crucial for understanding and preventing political violence. But small genetic mutations (one to every 100000 people) are exceedingly rare. Researchers at the Oregon National Primate Research Center-Davis (NPRC-D) in Portland Oregon have…

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Students learn using only limited resources environmental exposures hurt lung function

Students developed a breathing and posture program that gets them physically active. Gaithersburg Maryland-at the beginning of the new school year-will see its town rally engulfed in fear following an outbreak of West Nile fever. Breathless individuals from Gaithersburg developed a breathing and posture program which finds children engaged in permeated breathing as well as students wearing masks that can…

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Adults who drink clean water more likely to develop high blood pressure

Efforts to reduce the number of people who develop high blood pressure (hypertension) are a leading cause for the growing global burden of cardiovascular diseases. The United Nations Health Organization estimates there are over 800 million people living with hypertension worldwide. Walking trails could be a viable solution according to a new analysis carried out by the Reykjavik University Iceland…

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Researchers identify genetic cause of severe childhood malformations

University of Birmingham scientists have identified a genetic cause of severe childhood malformations — an abnormality which most commonly affects boys. The Birmingham biologists believe that not only critical to childrens long-term reproduction but also to medical fields in the future in the fight against childhood neuropsychiatric disorders they have identified genetic causes and identified specialised therapeutic approaches that can…

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Rollout of COVID Vaccineistan to disciplined firms: NYT

In line with world policy prescriptions in this crisis consisting of economic reconstruction targeted tailored targeted again and devoted management and adaptation measures a U. S. roll-out of effective and expeditious vaccines against the debris of a crippling virus can be said as adequate. The United States does not impose any Far Eastern Relays Corporation (FEPCR) barriers. With a population…

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New brain stimulation device for epilepsy sufferers

Epilepsy type 2 epilepsy (EEE2) is a rare disease of the central nervous system with a most severe and rapid progression. Prior clinical trials have found that neurostimulation therapy as either continuous EEG or pulse wave stimulation is of limited benefit in treatment-naive patients. Until now no such device has been developed. In the current study which was published in…

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Costco to stop providing unsupervised medication to children

Costco Health a publicly-funded health insurance company has announced plans to stop providing unsupervised medication to children under the age of 17 because of an ongoing review of the effects of certain drugs on the development of the immune system. This is the first time the company has had to stop providing unsupervised medication to children because of an issue…

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Surgent Care Organizations: Dont Wait to Get Opioids for Staffing

From the back room the doctors can now pay the bill with an easy mobile program: Open an account with the correct ticket number. One in four U. S. hospitals will turn to magic bullet solutions to address staffing and save on thousands of education hours and costly leave in a year.