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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Medical News Today: Herceptin for HER2-positive breast cancer improves long-term survival

A new study shows that when added to chemotherapy, trastuzumab – commonly known as Herceptin – significantly improves long-term survival of HER2-positive breast cancer patients.
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Medical News Today: Shape of antibody makes a difference in fighting cancer

Scientists have found that the precise shape of an antibody can make a big difference in cancer immunotherapy – treatments that help the immune system target and kill cancer cells.
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Medical News Today: Delayed cord clamping results in better immediate newborn outcomes

How soon after birth to cut the umbilical cord is a controversial topic, but a new study suggests waiting for 2 minutes results in better newborn outcomes.
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Medical News Today: Blood test to predict coronary heart disease risk approved by FDA

The FDA have approved a new test that can predict the risk of coronary heart disease, and they say the test is particularly effective for identifying such risk among black women.
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Medical News Today: Decreased risk of colorectal cancer linked with higher selenium levels

Although studies in recent years have linked high selenium levels to increased risk for type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests a protective effect against colorectal cancer.
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Medical News Today: Could an antidepressant prevent symptoms of premenstrual syndrome?

A commonly used antidepressant called fluoxetine, better known as Prozac, may be effective for preventing symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, according to a new study.
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Medical News Today: Study finds men’s health may be ‘strongly correlated’ with semen quality

Men who were infertile as a result of poor semen quality were at higher risk of numerous medical conditions – including hypertension and skin disorders – in a new study.
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Medical News Today: Injectable, self-assembling structures ‘could fight cancer’

Harvard researchers report success in using self-assembling, biodegradable mesoporous silica rods – loaded with immune system-triggering drugs – to treat disease in mice.
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Medical News Today: Researchers link vitamin D deficiency to seasonal affective disorder

In a new study, researchers hypothesize that vitamin D deficiency may be a driver of seasonal affective disorder – a form of depression that strikes during winter months.
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Medical News Today: Researchers link altered sleep-wake protein to cancer development

In a new study, researchers find that when a protein that regulates our circadian rhythm is disrupted – through shift work, for example – it may increase the risk of cancer.
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