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Monthly Archives: February 2014

UK drafts rules for three-parent IVF babies

The UK government have drafted and published, for public consultation, how the creation of three-person babies using new IVF techniques – called mitochondrial replacement – will be regulated.The new techniques are intended to prevent mothers passing on serious inherited diseases caused by flaws in mitochondrial DNA to their children.
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Eating grilled meat ‘increases risk of Alzheimer’s and diabetes’

There is no denying that Americans are big fans of barbecues. In fact, figures state that 62% of us use our grills all year round. But new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that consuming heat-processed animal products, such as grilled or broiled meats, may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes.
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How cows could shed light on the mechanisms behind antibodies

To create new vaccines to combat infections, certain cancers and other illnesses that attack the immune system, scientists need to have a good understanding of the mechanisms behind antibodies. Now, researchers have looked to studying the immune systems of cows to find out more about these immune system proteins.
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Scientists discover how ALS spreads through the body

A new study led by Canadian researchers reveals how amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) spreads in the body and suggests it may be possible to stop it with antibodies.ALS is the most common form of motor neuron disease (MND), a serious and incurable disease that affects nerve cells (motor neurons) in the brain and spinal cord.
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New drug ‘selectively kills dormant cancer cells’

New research published in Nature Communications details the discovery of a potential new drug that selectively kills dormant cancer cells in tumors by inducing mitochondrial dysfunction.The research team, led by Prof.
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Dogs provide new insight into Chiari malformation in humans

Chiari malformation is a condition that occurs when the lower parts of the brain have been pushed down toward the spinal cord. The condition is estimated to occur in 1 in 1,280 people. Now, researchers have uncovered the debilitating effects of the condition by studying the brains of “toy dog” breeds.This is according to a study recently published in the journal PLOS One.
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Dense breast tissue drives early stages of cancer, new study says

Scientists at the University of Manchester in the UK think that a key biological mechanism may explain for the first time why women with dense breast tissue have an increased risk of developing breast cancer.
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EU rules stop children with cancer benefiting from new drug

Leading cancer experts are calling for a change in the European Union regulations on children’s cancer drug trials. They argue that the current system denies children new, potentially life-saving drugs.The UK’s Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) says if the rules were changed, children would have access to drugs that are currently only being tested in adults.
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Obesity linked to increased inhalation of air pollutants

Researchers have long known that exposure to air pollution can cause respiratory illnesses, such as asthma. But a new study suggests that individuals who are overweight or obese breathe in up to 50% more air each day, compared with those of a healthy weight, meaning they are more vulnerable to air contaminants.
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No childhood leukemia risk from power lines

Children who spend their early years living near overhead power lines are not at greater risk of developing childhood leukemia, according to researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK, who report their findings in the British Journal of Cancer.In the UK, as in the US, leukemia accounts for around a third of all cancers diagnosed in children.
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