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New findings may redirect strategies for treatment of prostate cancer

...ate cancer patients develop metastatic disease and receive treatment to block androgen production and the AR itself. Unfortunately, although this treatment may work for some time, the disease eventually enters an androgen-refractory period where the signaling molecules downstream of the AR are active even wi...

A $2 Million NSF grant brings technology and biology together at UC Riverside

...ced. This is the third UC Riverside project to receive funding this year from the National Science Foundation's program on "biocomplexity," or the impact of human activity on complex biological systems. The projects, all earned by faculty members affiliated with UCR's Center for Conservation Biology, wil...

Other highlights in the November 17 JNCI

...he two groups. However, among patients who did not receive surgery because their tumors were inoperable, thos... higher rate of survival than patients who did not receive chemotherapy. In an editorial, Arlene A. Forastiere, M.D., of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center...

Ubiquitination in real-time: A world first at the Universit de Montral

...in protein degradation. The three researchers will receive their prize on December 8 at Stockholm University, only a few days after the publication date of Nature Methods. The research work of Professor Bouvier and his collaborators has had a major impact, which is likely to increase rapidly. "In t...

University of South Florida designated Center of Excellence by Huntington's Disease Society

...el to Atlanta, Georgia, or Birmingham, Alabama, to receive the exceptional quality of care offered by an HDSA Center of Excellence. We look forward to working with the staff at USF to make this an outstanding Center of Excellence, which we will formally dedicate in January 2005." Huntington's Disease is ...

Earth Science World receives 2004 Scientific American.com Web Award

...lic. The American Geological Institute is proud to receive such a distinguished award from Scientific American.com. Earth Science World is made possible through the generous support of the AGI Foundation, and for the Virtual Oil Well, through the support of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists F...

Six reporters reach the 'Pinnacle of Excellence'

...good story, well told, can do both. I'm honored to receive this award, and I hope it means I'm on the right t... of science reporting. Six reporters were named to receive AAAS Science Journalism Awards this year, recognizing exemplary communications efforts, completed be...

Studies suggest promising new directions for gallstone treatment

...e said. In contrast, susceptible mice that did not receive GW4064 showed evidence of gallstone formation. Mangelsdorf said the studies also showed that FXR-knockout mice in which the drug was not expected to work developed CGD more rapidly than the susceptible mice. "While we have not shown in this study t...

Hold the stuffing: Low-glycemic diet may help keep weight off

... 18-month study of the low-GL diet. Subjects will receive comprehensive dietary and behavioral counseling in individual and group sessions that will enable them to put low-GL diets into effect. Subjects must be overweight, 18 to 35 years old, and motivated to attend weekly sessions for four months. People ...

Horwitz Prize to be shared by Tony Hunter, Anthony Pawson

... the University of Toronto. The researchers will receive the award in February 2005 in recognition of their...University. "It is most appropriate that they will receive the Horwitz Prize, an award known for its prescience in recognizing major scientific contributions."...

Shark cartilage cancer 'cure' shows danger of pseudoscience

...re that government leaders and media professionals receive adequate scientific training based on reason, and that they also develop critical thinking skills." Ostrander traces the popularity of crude shark cartilage as a cancer treatment and preventive measure to I. William Lane's 1992 book titled "Sh...

Science and medicine - bridging the gap

...thobiological and medical knowledge and skills can receive up to $250,000 a year. "We seek creative, innovative and cost-effective solutions to this training challenge," said Peter J. Bruns, HHMI vice president for grants and special programs. "We also are looking for approaches that can serve as models for...

Rob DeSalle and Michael Yudell to appear at the American Museum of Natural History

... Social issues, particularly questions of ethics, receive special attention, covering an important area too often overshadowed by science and technology....

Carnegie Mellon scientist develops way to deliver promising genetic tool into living cells

...PNAs are absorbed throughout the body in mice that receive these agents....

Purdue research offers hope for canine, human spinal injuries

...ith injured dogs that their pets were not going to receive something that might help. So we looked at the results that the standard treatment had on dogs that had suffered similar injuries in the past." After treatment, the dogs' improvement was measured based on criteria including desire to move, deep...

Read your shampoo's label: Study finds common ingredient stunts developing neurons of rats

... and several dendrites, elaborate projections that receive incoming information. But after exposure to MIT, the cells had few, if any, axons and dendrites, with the inhibition of their growth being dose-dependent, reported Kai He, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Aizenman who presented the data ...

New breast cancer study shows hormonal therapy not enough

...terone to grow) may be undertreated if they do not receive chemotherapy in addition to hormonal therapy after surgery, according to a Loyola University Health System, Maywood, Ill., study. Loyola's Dr. Kathy S. Albain presented the results of a 10-year follow-up of The Breast Cancer Intergroup of North ...

The Molecular Profiling Institute named US provider of genetic breast cancer test

...rence risk in breast cancer patients. Oncologists receive detailed prognostic information on women with primary invasive breast cancer aged 55 years or younger who are lymph node negative with either a positive or negative estrogen receptor status. Taken together with a patient's clinical information this t...

NIH provides $32.8 million to enhance biomedical informatics research network

...ersity of California San Diego Medical School will receive $18.8 million over five years, while Massachusetts General Hospital will be granted nearly $14 million for three years of support. BIRN is an NIH initiative involving a consortium of 15 universities and 22 research groups that fosters collaborations...

Gene therapy reduces skin cancer to sunburn in mouse model

... did with the mice, allows for many, many cells to receive the appropriate gene. Once some of the existing technical limitations are solved these studies can hopefully be extended to trials with human XP patients." Other UT Southwestern contributors to this research are Maria Carolina N. Marchetto,...

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