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It May Be Possible To Restore Memory Function In Alzheimer’s Disease

Andrea D. Steffen
A team, led by University at Buffalo scientists, reveal a new approach to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) that may eventually make it possible to reverse memory loss, a hallmark of the disease in its late stages.
Health Science

Oxford University Scientists Develop Genetically Modified Virus That Destroys Cancer And Its “Helper” Cells

Andrea D. Steffen
Cancer tricks your body’s healthy cells, known as fibroblasts, into protecting it from your own immune system. This new genetically modified virus (called enadenotucirev) attacks both the tumors, and these fibroblasts that have been turned
Health

Researchers Transform Breast Cancer Cells Into Fat Cells to Stop Them From Spreading

Andrea D. Steffen
Researchers from Switzerland’s University of Basel Department of Biomedicine were able to transform cancer cells into fat by exploiting a mechanism they use to spread throughout the body. The best part is, since the drugs
Health Technology

Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease Six Years Before Diagnosis

Andrea D. Steffen
There is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease. There are however preventative measures. New promising drugs have emerged in recent years that can help curb the condition’s progression. Although, the thing with these medicines is that
Health

Indian Doctor Has Treated Over 2 Million Patients FOR FREE

Andrea D. Steffen
There are some remarkable people scattered across the globe and Dr. Ramana Rao is one of them. Since the day after he graduated from university with his degree in medicine (MBBS) he has been on
Health

The American Cancer Society And Lyft Give Free Rides To Cancer Patients

Andrea D. Steffen
The American Cancer Society (ACS) has teamed up with Lyft to provide free rides for those battling cancer. It is part of the society’s Road To Recovery program. The rides are available to and from

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