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Emory Doctors Discuss "Killing Heat" In This Week's NEJM

...ome super-heated if the windows are nailed shut to thwart burglars. Some residents will not leave their home unguarded. Others are simply too proud or too fearful to seek refuge in a 'public' shelter. "(Public) money spent on fans (for poor citizens) should be redirected elsewhere" since "...fans are use...

New Vaccine Being Tested In Prostate Cancer Patients

...esearch have created anovel vaccine they hope will thwart prostate cancer. Now in early human trials,the vaccine is the first made synthetically to target abundant, but elusive,carbohydrates on the surface of tumor cells. The development will be outlined in the November 20 Web edition of the Journalof the ...

Combination immune therapy kills melanoma in mice

... against cancer often fails because tumorcells can thwart this nascent immune response by becoming invisible to theimmune system. The tumor cell's cloaking ability rests with a molecule known as cytotoxiclymphocyte-associated antigen 4, or CTLA-4. This molecule, which healthy cellsalso produce, appears to...

HIV's deep pocket may reveal vulnerability

...t cells. Thusfar, most antiviral drugs designed to thwart HIV attack viral enzymes andprevent the virus from reproducing only after HIV has already entered a hostcell. HIV is also adept at developing resistance to these enzyme-attackingdrugs, making them effective for only a limited time. The researchers s...

'Chaos' theory empowers researchers to predict epileptic seizures

...tect the preseizure state and automatically act to thwart it. They noted that suchdevices have been developed for other conditions, including diabetes. A scientist who collaborated with Sackellares and Iasemidis in the early 1990s said he had beenskeptical back then that the computational difficulties of t...

Bacterial protein kills tumors

...y results. The first observation that bacteria can thwart tumors was made in 1893 by New York physician William Coley, who found that bone cancer patients who contracted bacterial infections survived longer. Much more recently, researchers at Johns Hopkins University used anaerobic bacteria, bacteria that t...

Organically grown foods higher in cancer-fighting chemicals than conventionally grown foods

...h suggests that pesticides and herbicides actually thwart the production of phenolics chemicals that act as a plant's natural defense and also happen to be good for our health. Fertilizers, however, seem to boost the levels of anti-cancer compounds. The findings appear in the Feb. 26 print edition of the ...

UCSD researchers decipher function of blood-brain barrier in bacterial meningitis

...l factors specific to the meningitis pathogen that thwart the normal protective role of the blood-brain barrier, leading to serious infection. Composed of a layer of blood vessels called brain microvascular endothelial cells (BMEC), the blood-brain barrier separates the brain and its surrounding tissues fro...

UCLA teams with Drew to provide cancer care

... attributed to language and cultural barriers that thwart proven ways to detect and prevent cancer when it is most treatable. For example, cervical cancer has been preventable since the introduction of the Pap smear in 1941. However, a recent study of 312,858 low-income women found that only 60 percent had ...

Cancer markers news backgrounder: Future of cancer diagnosis, treatment lies in tumor 'barcode'

...er who studies the potential of biomarkers to help thwart even the initial development of cancer. "There will be different rates of discovery for different types of cancer, but we are getting there."...

Cool brain opens stroke treatment window, say Stanford researchers

... one of a wide range of proteins that, like Bcl-2, thwart the cell-suicide pathway and keep cells alive. "We're also pursuing hypothermia with other genes to extend the therapeutic window," Steinberg said. Heng Zhao, PhD, research associate, was lead author of the study. Midori Yenari, MD, associate profess...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... The cause of neuronal death in Parkinson,s disease ... neurons may be mistaken for foreign invaders and killed ... way autoimmune diseases like type I diabetes, celiac disease, ... was published April 16, 2014, in Nature Communications ... idea in Parkinson,s disease; but if true, it could ...
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(Date:4/17/2014)... uncommon these days to find a colored ribbon representing a ... cancer. But what color ribbon does one think of with ... color, for many suffering from the disease, black may be ... study consisting of lung cancer patients, primarily smokers between the ... light on the stigma often felt by these patients, the ...
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