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  1. Global kidney cancer drugs market to grow at a CAGR of 7.36% over the period 2014-2019.Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    ... Immunicum, Ono Pharmaceutical, Onyx Therapeutics, Oxford BioMedica, Prometheus Laboratories, Seattle Genetics, Taiwan Liposome, TRACON Pharmaceuticals and Wilex Individuals tend to develop resistance to monotherapies over a period, resulting in the ...

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  2. Global HCS market to grow at a CAGR of 11.53% over the period 2014-2019.Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    ... and development. According to analysts, novel HCS instruments that can advance the fields of cell biology, genetics, and molecular biology and accelerate the drug discovery process have been developed. This is possible due to the availability of ...

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  3. [book] Epidemic of AbsenceRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Richard Sprague

    ... new diseases, from hay fever to asthma to crohn's disease, all seem to co-occur with modernity. People of the same genetics and culture -- Finns separated by the Iron Curtain, for example -- suffer these diseases at very different rates. Even zoo ...

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  4. Germany bioinformatics market is led by Affymetrix, Biovia, Biomax...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PR-inside.com

    Germany bioinformatics market is one of the fastest growing bioinformatics market in Europe. Rising concerns over data management and growing role of IT in drug discovery is driving the countrys bioinformatics market.

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  5. Put rights of abandoned boy first, patients' group urges Prince of Wales HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    A patients' group has expressed concern over the treatment and rights of Shun Shun, a five-year-old boy born with an agonising skin disease who has been denied the hope of experimental treatment due to the retirement of a top doctor. Alex Lam Chi-yau, vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Alliance of Patients' Organisation, said Prince of Wales Hospital had a series of procedures that allowed retired professionals to work under limited registration to ease manpower shortages and pass on their experience.

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  6. Research stations importantRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    While visiting the Legalega Research Station over the weekend, Agriculture Minister Inia Seruiratu said this was the reason research stations were of national importance. "Climate change is affecting us and we need to be aggressive in our research and that is why Legalega is so important to us," he said.

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  7. Are "Young Genes" the Secret to Gorgeous Skin?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Shape

    ... with Harvard University found that 20 percent of African-American women and 10 percent of white women have genetics to thank for looking younger than the rest of us. Though we all know a Halle, or Sandra Bullock, or two, it seemed like a strangely ...

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  8. Staying Ahead Of Alzheimer's DiseaseRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Law Professor Blogs Network

    Alzheimer's is a terrible disease that impacts the lives of millions of people. Many people who have a genetic disposition to getting Alzheimer's are making major changes to their lifestyles in order to try to stay ahead of the disease.

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  9. Genetic Testing In Kids - The Science Isn't Complicated But The Psychology IsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Scientific Blogging

    ... will be perceived . Despite an increasing ease in acquiring genetic information, the American Society of Human Genetics points out that doing so has consequences, particularly when it comes to children. It is this population, they say, that is the ...

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  10. Editing stem cell genes will 'revolutionize' biomedical researchRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Science Blog

    Applying a dramatically improved method for "editing" genes to human stem cells, University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of neuroscience Su-Chun Zhang has shown a new way to silence genes in stem cells and their progeny at any stage of development. The invention of gene "knock-outs" earned the 2007 Nobel Prize for its utility in determining what genes do.

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  11. Scientists uncover a 'funky cofactor'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Science Blog

    While examining the chemical reactions of bacterial cells in a lab at Michigan State University, researchers found an unusually complex molecule in a protein that completes a simple process. "We thought - what the heck is going on here?" said Bob Hausinger , a professor of microbiology and molecular genetics and of biochemistry and molecular biology, and director of the lab at MSU where the research was conducted.

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  12. Discovery points to a new path toward a universal flu vaccineRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Science Blog

    ... Jeffrey Ravetch , Theresa and Eugene M. Lang Professor and head of the Leonard Wagner Laboratory of Molecular Genetics and Immunology . "We believe these results may represent a preliminary step toward a universal flu vaccine , one that is effective ...

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  13. Lack of awareness heightens diabetes risk, study finds | GustafsonRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Auburn Reporter

    ... from fiction. It is important to understand that diabetes comes mainly in two forms : type 1, which is caused by genetics and perhaps some other factors that are not yet fully understood; and type 2 diabetes, where genetic makeup can also play a ...

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  14. Blue-eyed people likelier to be alcoholicRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    ... nd addiction plays a vital role at the end. The study is published in the July issue of American Journal of Medical Genetics: Neuropsychiatric Genetics (Part B).

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  15. Lab rats and the corruption of how we countRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Resource Insights

    There's an old joke about lab rats in which the teller says he or she secretly suspects that all lab rats are prone to cancer and so all research about the risk of cancer in humans based on tests in rats is likely useless. The Committee for Independent Research and Information on Genetic Engineering , a European-based research group, thought it would look into such a possibility.

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  16. Monkseaton family call for potentially life-saving drug to be offered to daughter on NHSRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Emily Jackson, nine, from Monkseaton, suffers from the rare Tuberous Sclerosis Complex which sees tumours put pressure on her organs The family of a little girl with a rare genetic condition are calling for a drug that relieves the symptoms to be made widely available. Nine-year-old Emily Jackson suffers from Tuberous Sclerosis Complex - an illness resulting in the development of non-cancerous tumours that put pressure on vital organs.

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  17. Global Dialysis Industry 2015 - Market Size, Share, Growth Drivers, Trends and Forecasts AnalysisRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Some of the factors driving the growth of dialysis market include: growing number of diabetic patients, increasing dialysis population and incidences of chronic and infectious diseases which has further increased the healthcare expenditure and pharmaceutical sales. Market dynamics like key trends and development, challenges and growth drivers are discussed in detail.

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  18. UAB research shows men and women may process pain quite differentlyRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    ... also may react differently to treatments," Dr. Sorge said. "In the future, there may be cases where your genetics dictate your course of treatment and other cases where your sex alone will determine the most effective means to treat pain. Of course, ...

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  19. Blue Eyes Linked to Greater Risk for AlcoholismRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | PsychCentral

    ... biological sciences. Researchers Sulovari and Dawei Li, Ph.D., assistant professor of microbiology and molecular genetics, discovered that primarily European-Americans with light-colored eyes - including those with green, grey, and brown in the ...

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  20. a Designer babiesa are an unregulated realityRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | New York Post

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are having a boy. Us Weekly claimed they couldn't have had anything but - they only implanted male embryos during the IVF process.

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