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BX Antitoxin targets the Stealth Bacterium in cancer cells

BX Antitoxin targets the Stealth Bacterium in cancer cells | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
The BX Antitoxin will kill cancer by targeting the stealth bacterium that is the causative agent in cancer. Once the bacterium is targeted and dies the cancer cells reverts and apoptosis occurs, th...

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Cytogenetic Testing Methods | University of Florida Health Pathology Laboratories

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Fighting cancer with dance

Fighting cancer with dance | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Renowned classical Indian dancer Ananda Shankar Jayant was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. She tells her personal story of not only facing the disease but dancing through it, and gives a performance revealing the metaphor of strength that helped her do it.
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Treating cancer with electric fields

Treating cancer with electric fields | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation are the best-known methods for treating cancer. At TEDMED, Bill Doyle presents a new approach, called Tumor Treating Fields, which uses electric fields to interrupt cancer cell division. Still in its infancy -- and approved for only certain types of cancer -- the treatment comes with one big benefit: quality of life.
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Could a Blood Test Predict Breast Cancer's Return? – WebMD

Could a Blood Test Predict Breast Cancer's Return? – WebMD | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
The blood test looks for circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in patients with breast cancer. While conclusive data about their relevance has been established for breast cancer that has spread, the CTC test has not been proven to be ...

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An Efficient Way To Generate Neurons From Skin Cells

An Efficient Way To Generate Neurons From Skin Cells | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Researchers are trying to generate neurons in-vitro from human embryonic stem cells (hESC) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) using various growth factors and small synthetic molecules. Anot...

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Cardiac Electrophysiologist In Action - YouTube

A patient suffering from a type of arrhythmia known as atrial flutter, an abnormal heart rhythm characterized by a fast heartbeat, is treated by Dr. Felix Ya... (Go behind the scenes to see Maimonides #cardiac electrophysiologist Dr.
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Medicine and its tension with faith - KevinMD.com

Medicine and its tension with faith - KevinMD.com | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Simply stated, in an imperfect world, particularly one with a broken, corrupt health care system plagued by competing interests, misinformation, and a growing inability to distinguish real medicine from marketing, faith and ...
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Indiana University Study Shows Blend of 6 Mushrooms Fight Breast Cancer by Isaac Eliaz, M.D., L.Ac., M.S. - Cancer - InsidersHealth.com

Indiana University Study Shows Blend of 6 Mushrooms Fight Breast Cancer by Isaac Eliaz, M.D., L.Ac., M.S. - Cancer - InsidersHealth.com | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it

Magical mushrooms that prevent breast cancer? These may not be the magic mushrooms that first came to mind, but in the eyes of cancer prevention this blend of six mushrooms may have a trick up their sleeve!


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Meet the future of cancer research

Meet the future of cancer research | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Eva Vertes -- only 19 when she gave this talk -- discusses her journey toward studying medicine and her drive to understand the roots of cancer and Alzheimer’s.
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A test that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it's not available to you

A test that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it's not available to you | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
vWorking with a team of physicists, Dr. Deborah Rhodes developed a new tool for tumor detection that's 3 times as effective as traditional mammograms for women with dense breast tissue. The life-saving implications are stunning. So why haven't we heard of it? Rhodes shares the story behind the tool's creation, and the web of politics and economics that keep it from mainstream use.
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A promising test for pancreatic cancer ... from a teenager

A promising test for pancreatic cancer ... from a teenager | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Over 85 percent of all pancreatic cancers are diagnosed late, when someone has less than two percent chance of survival. How could this be? Jack Andraka talks about how he developed a promising early detection test for pancreatic cancer that’s super cheap, effective and non-invasive -- all before his 16th birthday.
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It would be ideal to learn how the technique used in this experiment though the results are inconclusive.

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Ultra-sensitive Nano-chip For Early Cancer Detection - RedOrbit

Ultra-sensitive Nano-chip For Early Cancer Detection - RedOrbit | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
RedOrbit Ultra-sensitive Nano-chip For Early Cancer Detection RedOrbit In 2010, they successfully obtained funding for the project called SPEDOC (Surface Plasmon Early Detection of Circulating Heat Shock Proteins and Tumor Cells) under the 7th...

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Welcome to Clinical Biochemistry!

Welcome to Clinical Biochemistry! | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it

I have curated a variety of online sources of information on clinical biochemistry, suitable for medical students, doctors and other health professionals. I am a senior lecturer and consultant in medical biochemistry and metabolic medicine in Cardiff, and lead the Special Chemistry section of the Cardiff and Vale NHS lab. You can find information about the Department of Medical Biochemistry in Cardiff University from the link here, which includes a link to my personal profile.

Each of the posts have been reviewed, and so should contain good, useful, and interesting information. If any of them don't please let me know!

The content is searchable - click on the "Filter" button above and enter your search terms.

If you want updates, click on the blue "Follow" button at the top right. You can also follow me on Twitter @DuncanMedBio where I will also be sharing posts.


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Could measles cure cancer? Uh, not exactly... - Cancer Research ...

Could measles cure cancer? Uh, not exactly... - Cancer Research ... | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Media outlets, both traditional and social, are awash with the news that researchers in the US have apparently cured cancer with the measles virus – for example, the Washington Post, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Daily Telegraph ...
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Biochemists Reduce Sickling and Progression of Sickle Cell Disease in Mice - Newswise (press release)

Biochemists Reduce Sickling and Progression of Sickle Cell Disease in Mice - Newswise (press release) | Honors Thesis | Scoop.it
Biochemists Reduce Sickling and Progression of Sickle Cell Disease in Mice Newswise (press release) An international research team led by biochemists at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) reduced the sickling of red...
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CANCER: ¿HABRÁ CURA?

El cáncer es un conjunto de enfermedades cuyo denominador común consiste en que se desarrollan células anormales con un crecimiento incontrolado que reproduc...
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