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Europe faces brain drain and declining patient care unless cancer research funding is doubled

...is compared to the 25 current EU members, this gap widens to seven times more per person (17.63 versus 2.56) and four times more as a percentage of GDP. Spending on cancer research varied widely across Europe in 2002/2003. The UK spent the most (388 million) while Malta spent nothing. The European Commissio...

Bone marrow stem cells may heal hearts even years after heart attacks

...w in patients with old myocardial infarction. This widens dramatically the applicability of stem cell therapies," Dr. Bolli said. "I believe that clinical applicability of stem cells will become a reality in one to two years." Dr. Bolli pointed out that since the Strauer et al. study was not randomized nor ...

World faces challenge as life expectancies lengthen, scientist says

...ortality conditions," Tuljapurkar said. As the gap widens and rich countries continue to invest in anti-aging technologies, the developed world may become increasingly less willing to disseminate the technology to other nations, he said: "If that happens, you get negative feedback, a vicious circle. Those c...

Protein splicing upsets the DNA colinearity paradigm

...n be produced from a single protein, and therefore widens the applicability of peptide vaccines against cancer and infectious diseases....

Microbe fixes nitrogen at a blistering 92 degree Celsius

...s nitrogen fixing capabilities at 92 C, therefore, widens the realm of where life can grow in the subseafloor biosphere and other nitrogen-limited ecosystems, perhaps even on other planets, Mehta says. Scientists have speculated since 1981 that nitrogen fixation was occurring at hydrothermal vents because v...

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