Retinoblastoma Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. New Cancer Gene Therapy Findings from University of Catania Outlined...Read the original story

    Aug 20, 2014 | Hispanic Business

    ... chromosomal aberrations. Moreover, centrosome amplification, cyclin E overexpression and phosphorylation of retinoblastoma (Rb) were restricted to the stem-like CD44(+)/CD24(-/Low) subpopulation isolated from SUM149PT cells. Significantly, ...

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  2. Editing HPV's genes to kill cervical cancer cellsRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2014 | Hispanic Business

    ... function, spurring death of the cancer cell. E7 works in a similar way, blocking another protein called retinoblastoma or Rb that can trigger growth arrest and senescence, another form of cell death. As expected, the researchers found that targeting ...

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  3. UCSC professor searches for new type of cancer drugRead the original story

    Aug 19, 2014 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... led by UC Santa Cruz professor Seth Rubin. Rubin was awarded a $350,000 federal grant to fund his research on retinoblastoma, a protein that doesn't work properly in a large number of cancers. Rubin, who has studied the protein for eight years, ...

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  4. UC Santa Cruz cancer researcher receives $350,000 to develop novel drugs for breast cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2014 | Medical News

    ... discoveries regarding a key tumor suppressor protein that is inactivated in most breast cancer cells. The retinoblastoma tumor suppressor protein (Rb) helps regulate the cycle of cell growth and division, putting the brakes on cell proliferation ...

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  5. Eye cancer teen from Milton keynes unveils new Vision Express storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2014 | Miltonkeynes Today

    ... of Retail Operations at Vision Express. Lottie was diagnosed with a rare form of eye cancer called unilateral retinoblastoma as a baby, having an eye removed as well as undergoing chemotherapy as part of her treatment. Last year Vision Express ...

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  6. Breast Cancer Breakthrough Award funds search for new treatmentsRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2014 | EurekAlert!

    ... discoveries regarding a key tumor suppressor protein that is inactivated in most breast cancer cells. The retinoblastoma tumor suppressor protein (Rb) helps regulate the cycle of cell growth and division, putting the brakes on cell proliferation ...

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  7. Despite missing an eye, A.J. boy finds joy through silliness [East Valley Tribune (Mesa, Ariz.) :: ]Read the original story

    Aug 17, 2014 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    ... house on a Friday morning. Logan's journey through treatment commenced with a diagnosis of bilateral retinoblastoma, which starts at the back of the eye and spreads from there. Retinoblastoma is the most common type of eye cancer a child can ...

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  8. Oraya Therapeutics Awarded Small Business Technology Transfer Grant...Read the original story

    Aug 13, 2014 | Hispanic Business

    ... particular proteins that can be targeted by nanoparticles. Tumors, including those from eye cancers such as retinoblastoma and choroidal melanoma, are characterized by "leaky" neovascular capillaries, similar to those in Wet AMD. While these cancers ...

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  9. Where We Learn That Artificial Eyes Really Aren't Round At AllRead the original story

    Aug 11, 2014 | WNYC-AM New York

    ... we were in Boston to tell the story of a young boy named Noah Shaw. He was born with a rare eye cancer called retinoblastoma, and as part of his treatment he had to have an eye removed. Well, that surgery was five years ago. Noah is now a healthy ...

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  10. Dad who beat rare cancer takes on marathon bike rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2014 | Daily Echo

    ... that saved his life. Matt Haskell lost his right eye because of the aggressive form of the disease known as retinoblastoma which affects the retina of children predominantly under six years old. Now aged 32 and with a child of his own, he is getting ...

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  11. Optician fills final store on Chippenham's Borough ParadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2014 | This is Wiltshire

    ... will be cut by Richard Price, 33, of Bedminster, Bristol, who survived a rare form of eye cancer, unilateral retinoblastoma. He was diagnosed at the age of two and has since had his eye removed and been fitted with an artificial eye.

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  12. Scientists Discover Reason Brain Tumors Are More Common in MenRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2014 | BioResearch Online

    ... vulnerable to forming tumors. This new study investigated the link between brain tumors and activation of retinoblastoma protein (RB), a tumor suppressant protein which is associated with reduced cancer risk, and found that RB was significantly less ...

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  13. Oraya awarded NIH grant to study how gold nanoparticles can enhance Wet AMD treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2014 | Medical News

    ... particular proteins that can be targeted by nanoparticles . Tumors, including those from eye cancers such as retinoblastoma and choroidal melanoma , are characterized by "leaky" neovascular capillaries, similar to those in Wet AMD. While these ...

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  14. Rally for JaxonRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2014 | Hopewell News

    ... with Coats disease in December 2011, after previous medical speculation thought that he might have had retinoblastoma, a form of cancer. After doing a series of CT scans, they were coming back with a lack of calcium deposits in Jaxon's eye, which ...

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  15. Oraya Therapeutics Awarded Small Business Technology Transfer Grant...Read the original story

    Aug 5, 2014 | Hispanic Business

    ... particular proteins that can be targeted by nanoparticles. Tumors, including those from eye cancers such as retinoblastoma and choroidal melanoma, are characterized by 'leaky' neovascular capillaries, similar to those in Wet AMD. While these cancers ...

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  16. RXi Pharmaceuticals: Early-Stage Biotech With A Promising FutureRead the original story

    Aug 4, 2014 | Seeking Alpha

    ... At this point, RXi does not have significant involvement in cancer-related therapies (with the exception of Retinoblastoma). Other significant potential targets of RNAi technology include cholesterol, blood disorders, liver disease, and autoimmune ...

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  17. A Reason Brain Tumors Are More Common In Men, Washington University School of Medicine StudyRead the original story

    Aug 4, 2014 | BioSpace

    ... who suffer greater cognitive impairments than females and do not survive as long. The researchers found that retinoblastoma protein (RB), a protein known to reduce cancer risk, is significantly less active in male brain cells than in female brain ...

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  18. Study explains why some brain tumors are more common in menRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2014 | Medical News Today

    ... of Clinical Investigation , the researchers reveal that a protein associated with reduced cancer risk - retinoblastoma protein (RB) - is much less active in the brain cells of men than women. Dr. Joshua Rubin and colleagues began their research by ...

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  19. One reason brain tumors are more common in menRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2014 | Science Daily

    ... who suffer greater cognitive impairments than females and do not survive as long. The researchers found that retinoblastoma protein, a protein known to reduce cancer risk, is significantly less active in male brain cells than in female brain cells. ...

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  20. Men more prone to brain tumors then womenRead the original story

    Aug 3, 2014 | Newkerala.com

    ... tumors in females. The new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis recognized that retinoblastoma protein (RB), a protein known to lessen cancer risk, is significantly less active in male brain cells than in female brain ...

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