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This sticky protein can cause a risk to breast cancer health

A sticky protein found outside cells can be the cause of breast cancer growth. According to a new study, the protein called fibronectin is responsible for estrogen activity in breast cancer cells. The study entitled "Fibronectin rescues estrogen receptor a from lysosomal breakdown in breast cancer cells" led by Rocío Sampayo. The estrogen hormone plays an important role in the …

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Man, dogs attacked by coyote in Tega Cay

0 Man attacked by coyote in Tega Cay TEGA CAY, S.C. – Quintin Huseman said he drove near Lookout Park and Shoreline Parkway in Tega Cay on Saturday morning with his two dogs, Gracie and Lilly, when attacked by a coyote. Lilly's bite was not so bad and Gracie scared coyote away. "It happened very quickly." The coyote stumbled upon …

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The study reveals clues to the fate of early North American dogs

A new study provides fresh proof that the first dogs in North America all disappeared after Europe's arrival. »RELATED: Dogs steal letterman's lunch, become instant celebrities The only surviving legacy appears to be a cancer that originated from the cells of a dog that lived more than 8,000 years ago and has since spread to other dogs worldwide, reported an …

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Trump administration takes another "Obamacare & # 39;

The Trump Administration said there were freezing payments under an Obamacare program that protects insurers with sick patients from financial losses, which is expected to increase to premium increases next year. At stake, billions are in payments to insurers with nurse customers. In a weekend message, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the administration acted because of conflicting court …

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Trump administration takes another "Obamacare & # 39;

Copyright 2018 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. WASHINGTON (AP) – The Trump Administration said it freezes payments under an Obamacare program that protects insurers with sick patients from financial losses, a step expected to add At stake, billions are in payments to insurers with sick customers. In a weekend message, …

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Researchers cautiously optimistic about HIV vaccine candidate

(CNN) – It may be a glimpse of hope in the fight to protect people from HIV-1, the most widely used type of virus and the one that causes the most disease worldwide. A new vaccine appears to be safe and induced an immune response in humans and rhesus monkeys in an early attempt, according to recent research published in …

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West Nile Found in Lake County Mosquitoes

Testing for mosquitoes has shown for the first time this year the presence of the West Nile virus in Lake County, northern Illinois. The county health department said the test was done on mosquitoes gathered on June 28 in Highland Park. The tests come about a month after officials announced the state's first mosquitoes to test positive for the virus …

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Kerala plans the health research institute – TAMIL NADU

The Government of the State plans to set up a Humanities Research Institute at Mananthavady in Wayanad, in collaboration with the Sydney Carmel Cancer Center under Thomas Jefferson University. A press release from health minister K.K. Shylaja's office here on Saturday said the minister had had discussions with Professor Gace Yavo of the Sydney Carmel Cancer Center with the help …

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Researchers cautiously optimistic about HIV vaccine candidate

There may be a glimpse of hope in the fight to protect people from HIV-1, the most common type of virus and the one who causes the most disease worldwide. A new vaccine appears to be safe and induced an immune response in humans and rhesus pairs in an early trial, according to new research published on Friday in The …

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