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Intellectually Active Lifestyles Might Lower Dementia Risk

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Gilead's $1000-a-Pill Drug Could Cure Hep C in HIV-Positive People

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Drinking Green Tea Before Taking Supplements May Offer Protection from Toxicity

Feb. 4, 2015 As high doses of green tea extract supplements for weight loss become more popular, potential liver toxicity becomes a concern. In the last decade, dozens of people have been diagnosed with the ... full story
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Liver Dangers from Herbal Supplements, OTC and RX Drugs, New Guidelines Warn

June 17, 2014 New clinical guidelines on the diagnosis and management of idiosyncratic drug-induced liver injury (DILI) have now been released. DILI is a rare adverse drug reaction, challenging to diagnose, and ... full story
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New Classification Improves Risk Prediction in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Nov. 3, 2014 If chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients with a good or poor prognosis could be identified already at the time of diagnosis, physicians would have better possibilities to adjust their therapeutic and ... full story
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How Green Tea Could Help Improve MRIs

Mar. 18, 2015 Green tea's popularity has grown quickly in recent years. Its fans can drink it, enjoy its flavor in their ice cream and slather it on their skin with lotions infused with it. Now, the tea could ... full story
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Reasons for Ibrutinib Therapy Discontinuation in CLL

Feb. 27, 2015 About 10 percent of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia discontinued therapy with the Bruton tyrosine kinase inhibitor drug ibrutinib because of disease progression during clinical trials, ... full story
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Are Your Pets Disturbing Your Sleep? You’re Not Alone

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Common, Hard-to-Treat Cancers: Potential New Targeted Therapies

June 2, 2014 Positive results from four clinical trials of investigational targeted drugs for advanced ovarian, lung, and thyroid cancers, and chronic lymphocytic leukemia were highlighted recently by ... full story
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Heart Disease Risk Tool Tailored to Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

June 10, 2014 Rheumatoid arthritis patients overall are twice as likely as the average person to develop heart problems. Pinpointing which rheumatoid arthritis patients need stepped-up heart disease prevention ... full story
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Combination Therapy Offers Quicker, Less Toxic Eradication of Hepatitis C in Liver Transplant Patients

Nov. 10, 2014 All patients with hepatitis C who receive a liver transplant will eventually infect their new livers. These transplanted organs then require anti-viral treatment before they become severely damaged. ... full story
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Reasons for Ibrutinib Therapy Discontinuation in Patients With Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Feb. 26, 2015 About 10 percent of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia discontinued therapy with the Bruton tyrosine kinase inhibitor drug ibrutinib because of disease progression during clinical trials, ... full story
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New Substance Overcomes Treatment-Resistance in Leukemia

Nov. 28, 2014 Haematologists have developed a new active substance that effectively combats the most aggressive forms of Philadelphia chromosome-positive ... full story
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TNF Inhibitors May Increase Cancer Risk in the Eye, Researchers Report

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Green Tea Could Reduce Pancreatic Cancer Risk: Study Explains How

May 30, 2014 A new study explains how green tea changed the metabolism of pancreatic cancer cells, opening a new area in cancer-fighting research. Green tea and its extracts have been widely touted as potential ... full story
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Nov. 4, 2014 Researchers have identified genetic markers that may help in identifying individuals who could benefit from the alcoholism treatment drug acamprosate. The findings show that patients carrying these ... full story
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Dec. 4, 2014 Study results of CD19-directed chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) therapy using the Sleeping Beauty non-viral transduction system to modify T cells has demonstrated further promise in patients with ... full story
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New Evidence for How Green Tea, Apples Could Protect Health

Apr. 13, 2015 A new study that adds more to the growing body of evidence that certain compounds found naturally in foods have specific effects that help prevent chronic diseases. Researchers have uncovered a ... full story
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