Kumba Sennaar

A New Model for Cancer Development: The mystery behind why certain cells possess cancer-related mutations that don’t fully develop into cancerous cells has long evaded cancer researchers. However, researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital recently made a  more...

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There is no doubt that human microdosing holds significant promise as an analytical tool. Evidence to date actually suggests that the practice may be a better predictive tool of human pharmacokinetics than alternative methods. By combining physiologically based  more...

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When it comes to blood cancer Lymphoma is the most common. Lymphoma manifests in two general forms: Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Uncontrollable proliferation of lymphocytes (category of white blood cells) leads to the development of cancerous  more...

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The use of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) for the treatment of mental illnesses such as severe depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder spans the course of more than seven decades. With the new century has also come advances in science and explorations into new  more...

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Many of the medical conditions and leading causes of death facing our population involve some form of chronic inflammation; which acts like a prolonged on-switch for the immune system. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and abnormal wound healing  more...

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The healthcare landscape faces many challenges including an aging population, expensive insurance, and a varying distribution of resources. Many people dread going to the emergency department due to extended time spent in the waiting room and overcrowding—however,  more...

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In our post Human Genome Project world all eyes lie on the gene, as geneticists and society as a whole constantly aim to define what constitutes natural, normal and socially acceptable. more...

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Films like iRobot, Blade Runner, RoboCop, or Terminator may merely seem like fantasies, but contemporary technology says otherwise. In fact, robotic exoskeleton technology – or the ability to construct robots that physically emulate human beings – is on the rise  more...

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Individuals experiencing life-threatening conditions of the heart, liver, lungs, intestines, pancreas, etc. may require organ transplants. Organ transplantation was once considered an experimental procedure with a low success rate, however, innovations in technology  more...

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The field of embryonic stem cell research remains synonymous with both controversy and great promise. Researchers at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) have recently made a groundbreaking contribution to the field by harnessing the power of light to  more...

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