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ACS news service weekly press package - May 15, 2006

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In This Edition:

  • Boosting the supply of key breast cancer stem cells
  • New process for making lighter metal foams
  • Bourbon on the briquettes
  • New drug nanocarriers for nanomedicine
  • Profiling muscle loss in aging
  • Security gaps loom large years after the 2001 terrorist anthrax attacks
  • Journalists' Helper of the Week
  • Mark Your Calendars: Chemistry 2006San Francisco

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Boosting the supply of key breast cancer stem cells
Biotechnology Progress

The key to developing more effective ways to diagnose and treat breast cancer will
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Contact: Michael Woods
m_woods@acs.org
202-872-4400
American Chemical Society
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