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Know the signs of rare but deadly gall bladder, bile duct cancers

Most people aren’t aware of the signs of gallbladder or bile duct cancer, but the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey says they should be. The gallbladder is a small

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Creating a safe CAR T-Cell therapy to fight solid tumors in children

Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-cell therapy—CAR T—has revolutionized leukemia treatment. Unfortunately, the therapy has not been effective for treating solid tumors including childhood cancers such as neuroblastoma. Preclinical studies using certain

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Scientists solve a 100-year-old mystery about cancer

The year 2021 marks the 100th anniversary of a fundamental discovery that’s taught in every biochemistry textbook. In 1921, German physician Otto Warburg observed that cancer cells harvest energy from

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Study says friends are most valued in cultures where they may be needed most

Friends are more than just trusted confidantes, say Michigan State University researchers who have examined the cultural and health benefits of close human relationships in a new study. “Friendships are

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Global demand for cancer surgery set to grow by almost 5 million procedures within 20 years

Demand for cancer surgery is expected to increase from 9.1 million to 13.8 million procedures over the next twenty years, requiring a huge increase in the workforce including nearly 200,000

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Cardiovascular diseases: New computer model improves therapy

Using mathematical image processing, scientists at the BioTechMed-Graz research cooperation have found a way to create digital twins from human hearts. The method opens up completely new possibilities in clinical

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Harnessing the power of machine learning to improve urology care

Urodynamics—a group of tests that evaluate how well the body collects, and then releases, urine—can be crucial for diagnosing urologic problems, particularly in children with spinal cord defects and other

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