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Immune system therapy shows wider promise against cancer

ATLANTA (AP) – A treatment that helps the immune system fight deadly blood cancers is showing early signs of promise against some solid tumors, giving hope that this approach could be extended to more common cancers in the future. treatment, called CAR-T therapy, involves genetically modifying some of the patient's own cells to help them recognize and attack cancer. Richard …

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DNA testing is used to help prescribe antidepressants.

Grit alone got Linda Greene through her husband's muscular dystrophy, her daughter's traumatic brain injury, and her own mysterious illness that lasted for three years and left her vomiting daily before the doctors identified the cause. But eventually, after too many days, she went to see her doctor for help. He prescribed an antidepressant and referred her to a psychiatrist. …

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American teens are vaccinating in their own hands against a background of fresh outbreaks of measles

L is an increasing number of teenagers in the US, Itan Lindenberger is at the age of 18 without having received most of the government-recommended vaccines. Reddit platform in November, explaining that his mother believes vaccines cause brain damage and autism. Approaching his 18th birthday, when there was no need for parental consent, Ethan made a big decision – he …

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A dozen dolphins have stumbled, showing the deadly sign of Alzheimer's disease

More than a dozen dolphins stranded on the beaches of Florida and Massachusetts are found with brains filled with amyloid plaques, a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. Scientists who made the discovery think they can warn us everything: along with Alzheimer-like plaques, the team also finds the BMAA ecological toxin. Made from blue-green blooming algae, this neurotoxin is easily trapped in …

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Mumble Outbreak University of the Temple: – CBS News

Philadelphia – The mummification at the University of Philadelphia has reached the triple figures. The City Department of Health reported that the number of confirmed and probable mumps in the school reached 108 on Thursday. Nearly 5000 students and teachers have benefited from free vaccines, with more than 2,500 people taking pictures Friday at the second clinic offering the MMR …

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