Tag: Study Specifics

Stem Cell Research Delays In Accessing Embryonic Stem Cell Lines

Stem Cell Research Delays In Accessing Embryonic Stem Cell Lines

Its not only legal issues slowing down stem cell research in the United States. In a recent survey of 200 stem cell researchers, four in ten reported tremendous difficulties in gaining access to stem cell lines. Over 25% were completely denied any access to the lines they needed. Without the stem cells, no stem cell [...]

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Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer by Eatingf Fruits and Vegetables

Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer by Eatingf Fruits and Vegetables

According to the National Cancer Institute, over 101,000 people are diagnosed with colon cancer in America alone. Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer in the United States and is often fatal. But a promising study by the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research discovered that the risks of people getting three different [...]

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Breast Cancer Drug Study Eliminates Two Causes for Joint Pain, Says Study

Breast Cancer Drug Study Eliminates Two Causes for Joint Pain, Says Study

A study on breast cancer drugs discovered that arthritis caused by inflammation and autoimmune disease were not responsible for joint pain in post-menopausal women with breast cancer. The pain may be a side effect of the drugs or a symptom of another illness. Despite these findings, researchers urged women with breast cancer and joint pain [...]

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Children with Sickle Cell Anemia at Risk for Silent Strokes

Children with Sickle Cell Anemia at Risk for Silent Strokes

Children with sickle cell anemia are at risk of suffering from ‘silent’ stroke or silent cerebral infracts (SCI). Just why this is, is thought to be due to a combination of low hemoglobin levels and high blood pressure. For an unknown reason, boys with sickle cell anemia or SCA are more prone to silent strokes [...]

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