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SRY and OCT4 are required for the acquisition of cancer stem cell-like properties   - 14 Hours ago
ABSTRACT The acquisition of stemness is a hallmark of aggressive human hepatocellular carcinoma (hHCC). The stem cell marker OCT4 is frequently expressed in HCCs, and its expression correlates with
  
    



Odanacatib: A Review of Its Potential in the Management of Osteoporosis in Postmenopausal   - 15 Hours ago
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Oxygen plasma surface modification augments poly(L-lactide-co-glycolide) cytocompatibility   - 15 Hours ago
Abstract Here we report on modification of one of the model biomedical polymers, poly L-lactide -co- glycolide (PLGA; 85:15), by reactive ion etching (RIE) oxygen plasma treatment. PLGA's major disadvantage
  
    



Breakthrough measures Parkinson's progression in brain   - 14 Hours ago
A biomarker that shows the progression of Parkinson's disease in the brain has been identified by researchers, opening the door to better diagnosis and treatment of the degenerative disease.
  
    



Changing diagnosis codes will challenge emergency medicine   - 14 Hours ago
Emergency medicine faces special challenges during this fall's changeover in how medical diagnoses are coded. Nearly a quarter of all ER clinical encounters could pose difficulties, authors of a new report
  
    



New ACORN National Infection Control Standards: Do You Comply?   - 14 Hours ago
Are you a perioperative nurse or healthcare facility manager? The Australian College of Operating Room Nurses (ACORN) has released new infection management guidelines designed to reduce risks from infectious
  
    


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Family helps mental health patient flee (NZ Newswire)   - 14 Hours ago
Police say the family of a woman admitted to a mental health facility in Hamilton have helped her leave it with the unit's permission.
  
    



AFCR-funded Scientists Discover New Drug Combination to Overcome Chemotherapy Resistance   - 14 Hours ago
Home » Categories: News , Ovarian Cancer A recent discovery of a new combinational treatment approach may help solve the notorious problem of chemotherapy resistance in ovarian cancer, increasing patient
  
    



Family helps mental health patient flee (NZ Newswire)   - 14 Hours ago
Family helps mental health patient flee - Yahoo New Zealand Police believe the family of a mental health patient may have helped her flee from a Waikato facility. They have safety concerns for 41-year
  
    


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Vegan Diets May Also Help Ease Nerve Pain of Diabetes Sufferers   - 14 Hours ago
A low-fat eating plan that contains fresh veggies, beans, whole grains and other plant foods might relieve nerve pain associated with type 2 diabetes and could ultimately reduce patients’ likelihood of
  
    



Family history may not impact breast cancer survival odds   - 15 Hours ago
LONDON: In younger women with breast cancer, having a family history of the disease may not worsen their survival odds, a new study suggests. These results should reassure younger women diagnosed with
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Glenmark cuts lung cancer drug by up to 70%   - 14 Hours ago
The company has recently cut the maximum retail price of its three lung cancer drugs Erleva (erlotinib), Geftib (gefitinib) and Pexotra (pemetrexed) by about 55-70%. Cancer treatment continues
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Viral immunotherapy for skin cancer shows patient benefit in phase III trial   - 14 Hours ago
A genetically engineered herpes virus can halt the progression of skin cancer by killing cancer cells and sparking the immune system into action against tumours, a landmark clinical trial has shown.
  
    



Genetic Variants Linked to Intellectual Disability   - 15 Hours ago
Using genome-wide assays that can detect submicroscopic genomic changes, researchers have found that structural variants in copy number variants (CNVs) are associated with intellectual disability in a
  
    



MRI for Stroke Screening Feasible   - 15 Hours ago
Researchers have demonstrated the feasibility of using MRI instead of the standard computed tomography (CT) to screen stroke patients for eligibility to receive tissue plasminogen activator (tPA).
  
    



Optimax chairman has lens surgery   - 14 Hours ago
Rated 0 Log In to Add to Favourites May 26 2015 Optimax chairman Russell Ambrose (pictured) became the clinic’s first laser eye surgery patient in 1991 and has had lens surgery to improve
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Soy Supplements Don’t Improve Asthma   - 15 Hours ago
CHICAGO --- Despite previous findings suggesting a link between soy intake and decreased asthma severity, a new placebo-controlled study from Northwestern Medicine and the American Lung Association Asthma
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New treatment for middle ear infection found in anti-stroke drug 4796   - 14 Hours ago
Middle ear infection or otitis media is the most common childhood bacterial infection and the leading cause of conductive hearing loss - which can occur during critical stages of children's speech and
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Mast Therapeutics initiates Phase 3 extension study of vepoloxamer in sickle cell   - 14 Hours ago
Mast Therapeutics has initiated an open-label, multicentre Phase 3 extension study of vepoloxamer (MST-188) in sickle cell disease, referred to as “EPIC-E”. The study will enroll patients who have
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Drill Tracker Weekly: Roxgold Confirms High-grade Gold Core at 55 Zone   - 15 Hours ago
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Brock scientists find rosemary extract effective in diabetes treatment   - 15 Hours ago
Brock researchers have discovered the herb rosemary does more than pair well with mushrooms or roast chicken. Health Sciences Prof. Evangelia Tsiani, working with Madina Naimi, Chemistry researchers
  
    



Genetically engineered virus cures patients of skin cancer   - 15 Hours ago
Telegraph Tuesday 26th May, 2015 A genetically engineered virus has ‘cured’ patients of cancer for the first time in a breakthrough which raises hopes of an end to chemotherapy.... Read more
  
    



Team Scott Laboratories Complete 2nd Annual Tour de Cure Diabetes Fundraising Ride   - 15 Hours ago
Petaluma, California, May 26, 2015 – Team Scott Labs completed their second annual Tour de Cure fundraising ride on Sunday, May 3. With 96 riders, the team raised an impressive $63,500 toward diabetes
  
    



ONINE FIRST: Pain Before Lung Cancer Surgery Predicts Pain after Thoracotomy; Study   - 15 Hours ago
BY ED SUSMAN   PALM SPRINGS, Calif.--Lung cancer patients who have pain from other conditions before undergoing thoracotomy are more likely to experience long-term chronic postoperative pain than
  
    



ONLINE FIRST: Study Documents that Most Head and Neck Cancer Patients in Underserved   - 15 Hours ago
By Ed Susman   PALM SPRINGS, Calif.--More than half of patients in underserved areas who are diagnosed with head and neck cancer have pain upon presentation, and a majority of those patients are
  
    
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