Retinoblastoma Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase Deficiency Prevents Neointima...Read the original story

    Jan 25, 2017 | Circulation

    ... deficiency did not induce a senescent phenotype but resulted in G1 arrest albeit hyperphosphorylation of the retinoblastoma protein. This proliferative arrest was associated with stable silencing of the E2F1-dependent S-phase gene expression program ...

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  2. Dumont fundraiser to benefit Little Ferry boy with eye cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | NorthJersey.com

    Dumont fundraiser to benefit Little Ferry boy with eye cancer Proceeds will help pay for the health care costs of a 5-year-old's battle with retinoblastoma. Check out this story on northjersey.com: http://northjersy.news/2jEeh6T Ryu Okumura-Haas, 5, was diagnosed with retinoblastoma two years ago.

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  3. Optometric physicians on the front lines of child health, well-beingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2017 | NewsOK.com

    ... Dr. Kathleen Elliott, a Tulsa optometric physician who focuses mainly on pediatrics. Rare conditions - like retinoblastoma, or cancer of the retina - can even lead to loss of an eye or death. It is not an exaggeration to say that good vision care, ...

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  4. Mum's plea for children's oncology unitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    A MUM forced to make the long journey to Sydney so her child can access chemotherapy says it's high time Royal Darwin Hospital opened an oncology unit for kids. Darwin girl Deannah Walker, 4, was born with a rare eye cancer – retinoblastoma – that has resulted in her losing her left eye.

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  5. Pioneering Scots' blindness device offers health hope for poor countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Sunday Herald

    PIONEERING Scots researchers have launched a pocket-sized device which could prevent millions of people in poor countries from losing their sight or hearing. The breakthrough tool, known as the 'Arclight', is being trialled in parts of Africa and Asia to screen patients for the onset of blindness-causing eye disorders such as diabetes, cataracts and glaucoma, as well as retinoblastoma - a rare but potentially fatal type of eye cancer which mostly affects children under five, but which can be cured in 95 per cent of cases if identified early.

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  6. Pioneering Scots' blindness device offers health hope for poor countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Sunday Herald

    ... for the onset of blindness-causing eye disorders such as diabetes, cataracts and glaucoma, as well as retinoblastoma - a rare but potentially fatal type of eye cancer which mostly affects children under five, but which can be cured in 95 per cent of ...

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  7. Inhibition of EZH2 might be new therapy of multiple myelomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... cancer genes from tumor-promoting to tumor-suppressing in a breast cancer subtype, suggesting the ... The Retinoblastoma protein (pRB) has long been studied for its role in cell growth and the prevention of cancer. In a new study by Lawson Health ...

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  8. Pioneering Scots' blindness device offers health hope for poor countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Sunday Herald

    PIONEERING Scots researchers have launched a pocket-sized device which could prevent millions of people in poor countries from losing their sight or hearing. The breakthrough tool, known as the 'Arclight', is being trialled in parts of Africa and Asia to screen patients for the onset of blindness-causing eye disorders such as diabetes, cataracts and glaucoma, as well as retinoblastoma - a rare but potentially fatal type of eye cancer which mostly affects children under five, but which can be cured in 95 per cent of cases if identified early.

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  9. Repression of Germline RNAi Pathways in Somatic Cells by Retinoblastoma Pathway Chromatin ComplexesRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2017 | CiteULike

    The retinoblastoma tumor suppressor acts with a number of chromatin cofactors in a wide range of species to suppress cell proliferation. The Caenorhabditis elegans retinoblastoma gene and many of these cofactors, called synMuv B genes, were identified in genetic screens for cell lineage defects caused by growth factor misexpression.

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  10. Orthopaedic Oncology Market Regulations and Competitive Landscape Outlook to 2026Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2017 | PR-inside.com

    ... more likely to develop osteosarcoma. In case of soft tissue sarcoma adults with heredity disorders such as retinoblastoma, tuberous sclerosis, werner syndrome etc are at higher side of developing this type of cancer. High cost associated with the ...

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  11. $2k raised for blind PHX man & his familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2016 | ABC15.com

    ... Lately, Zepeda hasn't been able to "work" as much as he likes. His youngest daughter, Alexandra, is battling retinoblastoma and needs frequent chemo treatments. Money raised by the GoFundMe will help the Zepedas with medical bills and find a new ...

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  12. Dating While Disabled Taboo for Many Teen GirlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Women's eNews

    I had a boy say directly to my face in class, 'If you weren't blind I would be so into you,'" If that wasn't bad enough a classmate added salt to the wound by adding, 'That's definitely true;"" Thien remembered recently. retinoblastoma, a rare form of eye cancer she had as an infant.

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  13. Retinoblastoma protein plays larger role in tumor suppression, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2016 | Medical News

    The Retinoblastoma protein has long been studied for its role in cell growth and the prevention of cancer. In a new study by Lawson Health Research Institute, scientists have discovered that pRB plays another, larger role with the potential to enhance therapies for cancer and other diseases such as HIV.

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  14. Certain high blood pressure drugs block cancer invasionRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... kills cancer cells, a finding that helps explain how cancer cells may become resistant to treatment. The Retinoblastoma protein (pRB) has long been studied for its role in cell growth and the prevention of cancer. In a new study by Lawson Health ...

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  15. Groundbreaking discovery has potential to improve therapies for cancer and other diseasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2016 | PhysOrg Weblog

    The Retinoblastoma protein has long been studied for its role in cell growth and the prevention of cancer. In a new study by Lawson Health Research Institute, scientists have discovered that pRB plays another, larger role with the potential to enhance therapies for cancer and other diseases such as HIV.

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  16. Dream comes true for ChristmasRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2016 | Glasgow South and East Wood Today

    A four-year-old from the southside had her dream wish granted when she travelled to Lapland and met Santa Claus. Aimee Conn from Crookston was diagnosed with a very rare form of eye cancer - retinoblastoma - and after lengthy treatments at Birmingham Children's Hospital is finally in remission.

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  17. Cellectar Biosciences announces USPTO grants patent allowances for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | Seeking Alpha

    Cellectar Biosciences announces that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued patent allowances covering method of use for radiotherapy with the company's lead compound, CLR 131 , as well as CLR 125 , another of the company's pipeline products using its proprietary phospholipid drug conjugate to deliver a radiotherapeutic. The allowance covers radiotherapy applications for a broad range of solid tumors, specifically: lung, adrenal, intestinal, colon, colorectal, ovarian, cervical, prostate, liver, breast, subcutaneous and pancreatic cancers, as well as melanoma, retinoblastoma, glioma, carcinosarcoma, squamous cell carcinoma and hepatocellular carcinoma.

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  18. Call for more donors to stop blood shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Central Western Daily

    ... since 2004 a he had a lot in 2013 when he had the transplant done," she said. "He was first diagnosed with retinoblastoma, he lost and eye to that one and he's visually impaired in his good eye, and then in 2012 he was diagnosed with ...

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  19. Sorry Sir Mick, a baby at 73 is no proof of youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... child when the father was aged 40 or over. Children conceived by men over 45 have a three-fold higher risk of retinoblastoma, a rare form of eye cancer, and a 70 per cent greater likelihood of central nervous system cancers such as brain tumours. It ...

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  20. Four-year-old cancer patient treated to trip of a lifetime for ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Evening Times

    A BRAVE four-year-old was one of dozens of sick children treated to a trip of a lifetime before Christmas. Little Aimee has retinoblastoma - a type of cancer which affects the eye - and the trip gave her and her family a chance to escape their day-to-day difficulties and create memories during the festive season.

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