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December 12, 2017  
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March 20, 2008
Medical Breakthroughs (03/10): New Help for Varicose Veins
Twenty-five-million Americans -- or half of all men and women over age 50 -- have varicose veins...Watch the video!
- KGBT4 News
September 19, 2007
New Technology for Cancer Screening
Cancer-sensing devices built as cheaply and efficiently as wristwatches – using many of the same operating principles – could change the way clinicians detect, treat and monitor cancer in patients...
- Newswise
September 13, 2007
Advances in DNA: The Human Genome
J. Craig Venter sparked nationwide excitement in 2000 when his company set out to sequence the human genome independently from the Human Genome Project...
- US News & World Report
July 17, 2007
Pancreatic Cancer Eradicated By Gene Therapy In Preclinical Trial
A molecularly engineered therapy selectively embeds a gene in pancreatic cancer that shrinks or eradicates tumors...
- Medical News Today
June 27, 2007
Computerized Doctors’ Orders Reduce Medication Errors
U.S. hospitals that switched to computerized physician order entry systems saw a 66 percent drop in prescription errors, according to a new review of studies...
- Medical News Today
May 17, 2007
Urine Test May Track Cancer and Deadly Birthmarks
A simple urine test holds promise for detecting both life-threatening birthmarks and the presence of cancer...
- The Harvard Gazette
April 23, 2007
Virtual Colonoscopy Called Cost-Effective If Small Polyps Don’t Count
If lesions smaller than 6 mm in diameter are discounted, virtual colonoscopy by a CT scan is more cost-effective than standard colonoscopy, according to researchers...
- MedPage Today
April 17, 2007
Significant Advance In Real-Time Medical Imaging
Collaborators from Mayo Clinic and IBM have made a discovery that will dramatically speed the processing of 3-D medical images...
- Medical News Today
March 13, 2007
Marine Moss Reveals Clues To Anti-Cancer Compound
The discovery of a gene cluster from a bacterium that protects a moss-like marine invertebrate from predators may be the first step toward engineering cancer-fighting drugs...
- Medical News Today
February 20, 2007
Research Suggests Two Genetic Links For Autism
The first results from a scan of the world's largest collection of DNA samples from families affected by autism point to two new genetic links that may predispose people to the brain disorder...
- Medical News Today
February 13, 2007
First Treatment to Directly Target Tumor Blood Supply
For the first time, an antibody has been used to directly target the blood supply of a wide variety of tumors, leaving healthy tissues unharmed...
- Newswise
January 09, 2007
Gene Associated with Severe Kidney Failure in Diabetes Identified
A gene has been discovered that protects some people with diabetes from developing severe kidney failure or "end-stage renal disease..."
- Newswise
December 12, 2006
Symptom List Helps ID Ovarian Cancer
Researchers say awareness of six symptoms could help identify women at risk...
- WebMD
December 12, 2006
Initial Steps In The Development Of Taste Discovered By Penn Researchers
Of the five senses, taste is one of the least understood, but now researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have come one step closer to understanding how the sense of taste develops...
- Medical News Today
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