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Breast duct treatment for early breast cancer eliminates all signs of disease in laboratory experiments
 In laboratory studies of very early-stage breast cancers, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that injecting a targ...
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Sleep apnoea symptoms in postmenopausal women linked to low estrogen
  Reduced estrogen and progesterone levels appear to be what makes postmenopausal women more likely to experience sleep apnoea symptoms such...
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Megalodon may have been higher up the food chain than any modern shark
  Megatooth sharks, including megalodon, appear to have held the highest position in marine predator food webs ever held by a predator. Mega...
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Ancient meteorite upends our ideas of how Mars formed
  Mars as captured by the Mars Global Surveyor probe's camera NASA/JPL/MSSS Early Mars may have obtained essential volatile components l...
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Temporary graphene tattoos could continuously monitor blood pressure
  The graphene tattoo | The University of Texas at Austin  The greatest accuracy rating for a monitoring device of this kind has been given ...
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Muscle biopsy test for biomarker could lead to earlier diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
A disorder of the neurological system that progresses is called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Motor neurons, which are nerve cells in...
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Modern wind turbines can compensate for the decline in global wind resources
Wind energy makes a substantial contribution to the energy sector's long-term, low-CO2 transformation. Wind turbine efficiency, on the o...
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Scientists unravel genetic mystery of rare neurodevelopmental disorder, providing definitive diagnoses for 21 families worldwide
  15 more genetic variants in the KCNK9 gene that cause a neurodevelopmental disease have been uncovered by a joint team of scientists led b...
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Pediatric T-acute leukemia now has a new successful combination therapy.
 The most common cancer in children is acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). T-ALL leukemia , which emerges from early T lineage cells, has a ...
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Scientists envision a 'stock market' for species to put a price tag on actions that pose risks to biodiversity
Species have objective value, but they also provide ecosystem services with significant economic value, such as the pollination of our crops...
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How the emotional climate between mothers and their children helps adolescents cope with stress
adolescents stress The transition to middle school can be a stressful time for teens . They must adapt to the new peer group and social envi...
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According to a project researcher, China's 'alien' signal was almost certainly caused by humans.
The erroneous signals were discovered by China's massive FAST telescope, the world's largest radio telescope.  (Image credit Xinhua/...
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Research shows dangers of secondhand cannabis smoke
Toxic air pollutants from secondhand cannabis smoke are four times worse than those from cigarettes. Although 27% of young adults believe ...
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