Oncology & Cancer

Neuronal molecule makes prostate cancer more aggressive

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death among American men. Now, researchers have discovered key molecular players that drive prostate cancer to progress into a highly ...

Health

Face masks found to reduce radiation exposure

The radioactive noble gas radon has anti-inflammatory therapeutic effects but also contains risks. Radon and especially its short-lived progeny are considered to be responsible for about half of the annual radiation exposure ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Mini bio-devices could help TB patients stick to their treatments

Imagine the scenario: you've been told you have a disease that will kill you. But, the doctor adds, your life can be saved if you diligently take your medication. Don't skip a day, don't skip a dosage. Soon, however, you ...

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