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2018 October 16 | Tags: Cancer, In the News

Triple-negative breast cancer is the most aggressive and lethal form of cancer due to lack of treatment options and high recurrence rates. The estrogen, progesterone, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) are not expressed in these tumors. They are able to grow and spread faster than other types of cancer, therefore limiting treatment by chemotherapy. There are currently no targeted therapies developed for triple negative resurfacing at this time. Read More

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2018 October 2 | Tags: Immunity, In the News

Millions suffer from eczema, a painful allergic inflammatory skin condition characterized by redness, blistering and thickening of the skin. Though the cause of eczema is not fully understood, we know its conditions may be triggered by a range of environmental, genetic, and immunological factors. Most common treatments include anti-inflammatory steroid creams that may cause additional unwanted side effects. Unfortunately, there is no cure. However, a new study has identified a surprising new source of relief for eczema sufferers. Read More

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2018 September 18 | Tags: In the News, Neurosciences

Sleep is a vital behavior and naturally occurs in two main modes, rapid eye movement (REM) and non-REM. REM is a unique phase of sleep that is similar to being awake because although the body is paralyzed, the brain remains active. REM is closely associated with memory consolidation and dreaming. The internal circadian clock promotes sleep daily and many of the body’s systems are restored during this time. Read More

2018 September 5 | Tags: Cancer, In the News

Elephants have surprisingly low rates of cancer for their large size and long lives. Understanding how these animals have lower cancer rates may provide essential information for developing cancer treatments. Humans have one copy of the well-studied anticancer gene, p53, which can sense damaged DNA. Interestingly, elephants have 20 copies of the p53 gene that respond to DNA damage by switching on a unique gene that destroys cells instead of repairing the cell. Read More

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