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(Date:10/31/2014)... In the war against Ebola one important hurdle has ... Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel ... of mice that can be infected with Ebola and ... work, published in the current issue of Science ... and vaccines, which are desperately needed to curb the ...
(Date:10/31/2014)...  HITLAB SM , a healthcare innovation and ... HITLAB Innovators Summit SM on December 1, ... partner with the Clinton Foundation,s Health Matters Initiative, ... Business School Alumni Club of New ... Operations Research, bringing together leaders in healthcare and ...
(Date:10/30/2014)... in German . ... fellow humans to behave socially? This is one of ... theory. Previous studies assumed that it is almost impossible ... the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology have now ... on the cooperative behaviour of others. However, the possibilities ...
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... This press release is available in German . ... pathogens and rogue cells in the body and put them out ... migrate from there into the thymus. Here, they mature and differentiate ... Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics in Freiburg have now succeeded for ...
... Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in April ... fisheries. A new study published in the Canadian Journal of ... 7 years this oil spill could have a $US8.7 billion impact ... in revenue, profit, and wages, and close to 22 000 jobs ...
... The understanding of diseases such as Parkinson,s and Alzheimer,s ... technology at which will enable cell analysis using automated ... School of Information Communication Technology and the Eskitis Institute ... the automated identification, separation and analysis of cells as ...
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(Date:10/31/2014)... The process of cell division is central to life. ... each other, has fascinated scientists since the dawn of ... long, it has been notoriously difficult to study this ... before cleaving in two. , The name given to ... "cell movement" and captures the sense of a highly ...
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... treatment, radiation may be a better choice than ... cancer, //according to a randomized controlled trial published ... The authors suggest that a combination of chemotherapy ... for these patients. ,Approximately 80 percent of ...
... finds that survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia have a ... the general population. // ,Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is ... almost 4,000 new cases diagnosed in the United States ... curable pediatric cancers: survival rates for patients who receive ...
... a weekly treatment with a nasal spray of virus enzymes ... based on results of a study. Such a treatment would ... avoiding the problem of antibiotic resistance. ,Middle ear ... the middle ear space that can cause pain, fever, irritability, ...
... the state government on a public suit demanding// protection ... litigation (PIL), filed by an NGO, Health, Environment and ... to be protected from silicosis, which is rife due ... malpractice of the mine owners. ,"We had ...
... Pitt donated $100,000 of their money to help// construct the ... ,They made the donation to the Duk Lost Boys Clinic ... in the spring and serve more than 150,000 people. ... of the "lost boys" of Sudan who is the director ...
... urged governments to join the anti-tuberculosis global plan, which ... the disease has become extremely drug-resistant. ,Ban's ... Day on Saturday. The World Health Organization (WHO) recently ... strain of tuberculosis, XDR-TB, which threatens to derail efforts ...
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