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Ivanhoe (Jan. 16, 2014) Triple negative breast cancer accounts for about 15 percent of all new breast cancer cases in the U.S., but it leads to 25 percent of all breast cancer deaths. A diagnosis of triple negative breast cancer means that the three most common types of receptors known to fuel most breast cancer growth are not present in the cancer tumor.
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Is Schizophrenia a Hereditary Condition?

Is Schizophrenia a Hereditary Condition?

Howdini (Oct. 8, 2013) Families with mental health issues may have concerns about who else is at risk. Psychiatrist Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman explains if schizophrenia is a hereditary disorder.
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Daily Walk May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Daily Walk May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Newsy (Oct. 5, 2013) A study from the American Cancer Society finds women who walk at least one hour a day can lower their risk of breast cancer.
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Tech Advances Boost Hurricane Tracking and Relief

Tech Advances Boost Hurricane Tracking and Relief

AFP (May 22, 2014) Storm technology experts and relief organisers gathered in Florida ahead of the the US government releasing its prediction for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season this week. Duration: 01:51 Video provided by AFP
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Major Cystic Fibrosis Breakthrough Made: Drug Combination Improves Lung Function

June 25, 2014 A major breakthrough to change the lives of cystic fibrosis sufferers. The trial looked at the treatment of patients with two copies of the F508DEL mutation which is carried by roughly half of all ... full story
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Target Two Forms of Iron to Control Cystic Fibrosis Lung Infection

Aug. 20, 2013 The bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa needs iron to establish and maintain a biofilm in the lungs of cystic fibrosis patients, and therapies have been proposed to deprive the bacteria of this ... full story
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Cystic Fibrosis, Diabetes Link Explained

June 2, 2014 Many people with cystic fibrosis develop diabetes. The reasons for this have been largely unknown, but now researchers have identified a molecular mechanism that contributes to the raised diabetes ... full story
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Potential New Drug Target for Cystic Fibrosis

Sep. 13, 2013 Scientists have discovered a promising potential drug target for cystic fibrosis. Their work uncovers a large set of genes not previously linked to the disease, demonstrating how a new screening ... full story
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Study Focused on Transitioning Cystic Fibrosis Care

Oct. 23, 2013 A new study on cystic fibrosis care has found that patients had a less rapid decline in pulmonary function and no other significant health-related changes after transitioning from pediatric to adult ... full story
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Vet Researcher's Thyroid Project Sheds Light on Molecular Processes Related to Cystic Fibrosis

Oct. 29, 2013 Veterinary medicine research is leading to a better understanding of the molecular interactions in the thyroid gland related to cystic ... full story
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New Compounds Display Strong Therapeutic Potential for Cystic Fibrosis

Sep. 30, 2013 Cystic fibrosis is a lethal genetic disorder that in France affects one child per 4,500 births. An international team has recently discovered two new compounds that could be used to treat patients ... full story
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Progress Made for People With Cystic Fibrosis

Mar. 17, 2014 A decade of strategic efforts to improve care has had a key role in improving quality of life and added years to predicted survival for people with cystic fibrosis in the United States. Process ... full story
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Cystic Fibrosis Bacteria Genetically Evolves to Live in Lungs, Evade Antibiotic Treatments

Dec. 12, 2013 The bacterium that's the most important pathogen in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) has genetically evolved and adapted to survive in CF-infected lungs and evade antibiotic treatments, ... full story
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Tackling Large Challenge for New Modes of Drug Delivery

Nov. 12, 2013 Research being carried out by academics could result in new more effective drug treatments for prostate cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and cystic ... full story
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Research Offers Way to Disrupt Fibrosis

Nov. 10, 2013 Scientists have identified a pathway that regulates fibrosis, suggesting a possible pharmacologic approach to treat patients with a broad range of fibrotic ... full story
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Protein Molecule May Improve Survival in Deadly Lung Disease

May 6, 2014 A protein molecule that seems to slow the progression of pulmonary fibrosis, a progressive lung disease that is often fatal three to five years after diagnosis, has been discovered by researchers. ... full story
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Study Reveals Much-Needed Strategy to Protect Against Deadly Liver Fibrosis

Aug. 15, 2013 Chronic liver disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, in part because it often causes the formation of harmful scar tissue -- a process known as fibrosis. A study finds that certain ... full story
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Customizing Treatments for Deadly Prostate Cancer With Tumor Genomics

Nov. 6, 2013 A new study is using genomic sequencing to develop customized treatments for men with castration-resistant prostate cancer, a progressive and incurable stage of prostate cancer, which no longer ... full story
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Tissue Scarring in Scleroderma: New Clues

Apr. 18, 2014 A discovery by scientists could lead to potential new treatments for breaking the cycle of tissue scarring in people with scleroderma. The concept for new therapeutic options centers on findings ... full story
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Boosting Immune Process With IFN-γ Helps Clear Lethal Bacteria in Cystic Fibrosis

May 20, 2014 Boosting a key immune process called autophagy with interferon gamma -- IFN- -- could help clear a lethal bacterial infection in cystic fibrosis, a new study suggests. The work offers new ... full story
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Disease-Specific Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Placed on NIH Registry

Sep. 24, 2013 Scientists have announced that 16 human embryonic stem cell lines have been approved by the National Institutes of Health, making them freely available for federally-funded research in the USA. The ... full story
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Ancient Chinese Medicine Put Through Its Paces for Pancreatic Cancer

Mar. 3, 2014 The bark of the Amur cork tree has traveled a centuries-long road with the healing arts. Now it is being put through its paces by science in the fight against pancreatic cancer, with the potential to ... full story
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From Common Colds to Deadly Lung Diseases, One Protein Plays Key Role

Dec. 9, 2013 An international team of researchers has zeroed in on a protein that plays a key role in many lung-related ailments, from seasonal coughing and hacking to more serious diseases such as MRSA ... full story
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Public Perceptions Around Newborn Testing

Apr. 17, 2014 Public opinion should matter when deciding extent of genetic tests, according to a new study. While 94 per cent of Canadians surveyed said they would participate in public health programs that screen ... full story
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