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Intestinal cancer: So many researchers want to destroy tumor cells – "Achilles heel" as a replacement for new therapy

In search of a therapy for colorectal cancer, now Würzburg Cancer Researchers have discovered a possible point of attack to destroy cancer cells. They therefore want to exploit a vulnerability in tumor cells. The hope: Medicines for these circumstances could work particularly well and well. Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Around six percent of all …

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New test enables better early detection

Up to 1.2 million people in Germany live with Alzheimer's. The disease is thus the most common form of dementia. Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease is particularly important: is it possible to recognize the disease in students? The brain is altered and damaged long before the first symptoms appear. Early detection of the risk of Alzheimer's is therefore crucial to …

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Flu Epidemic Comes: You Need to Know About Flu +++ How a New Drug Can Help Fight the Disease

Currently, only one vaccine will help against the spread of influenza viruses. In the United States, a drug has been developed that can cure influenza. Bruno Knellwolf (text) and Lea Siegwart (infographic) 2.11.2019, 05:00 The Federal Office of Public Health announces the first Influenza case this season. These are not just sniffy and runny noses. Although a cold is caused …

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Cognitive impairments with lifestyle changes can be avoided?

How can we protect ourselves from cognitive decline? Personal lifestyle efforts can slow cognitive decline in people at risk for Alzheimer's and improve their memory and thinking ability in just 18 months. New research at Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medical Center has found that lifestyle changes can improve the memory and thinking of people at risk for Alzheimer's and also …

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Free testosterone significantly increases the risk

Why Some Men Have Increased the Risk of Prostate Cancer Men with higher levels of free testosterone and a growth hormone in the blood are more likely to develop prostate cancer. The University of Oxford's Nuffield Department of Population Health's study found that free testosterone and a blood growth hormone in men contribute to an increased risk of prostate cancer. …

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Asthma syringes pollute the air with lots of greenhouse gases • HealthNews

A recent research paper revealed a hitherto very underrated trigger for greenhouse gases: disease inhalers. English scientists have shown for the first time how large the effects of sprays have on their carbon footprint. Inhalers cause poor life cycle analysis A research team from the University of Cambridge found that traditional asthma syringes produce high levels of CO2 Causes emissions. …

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Masonic infection harms the immune system of the body

Prior to the development of the measles vaccine in 1963 and its subsequent introduction, almost every child had a measles infection. The vaccine despite the fact that the number of measles cases dropped by 80 percent between 2000 and 2017 was estimated to save around 21 million human lives. Yet still, around 100,000 people worldwide die of infectious disease. Source …

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