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A Better Treatment for Prostate Cancer: Skin Patches - by: James Gallagher,BBC


A cheaper and safer treatment for prostate cancer than current therapies may be skin patches, which deliver estrogen into the blood, a study says. ...

Flu Vaccine Linked To a Rare Sleep Disorder in Children - by: Reuters,Health24


The swine flu shot from GlaxoSmithKline's called Pandemrix has been linked to cases of narcolepsy in children, a rare sleep disorder. The scientific study in England confirms similar findings thro...

Breakthrough In Fertility Treatment: Donor-Free Eggs - by: Aidan Radnedge,Metro.co.uk


Human eggs created by researchers outside of the body for the first time are paving the way for a breakthrough in fertility treatment. ...

Genes Can Tell If You Are Vulnerable To Cancer - by: HT Correspondent,Hindustan Times


A study on your family history and genes profile can tell whether you are prone to develop cancer or not. Studies across the globe confirm this. ...

Store Digital info in DNA - by: Associated Press,Associated Press


DNA can store the information from a million CDs in a space no bigger than your little finger and could keep it safe for centuries. ...

Action on cancer: Breaking down gene codes - by: Marie Szaniszlo,Boston Herald


Cambridge based biotech Foundation Anesthetic advances in new field: tackling Cancer with high-tech. CEO Michael Pellini wants to take the recent findings to practice by presenting the new technolo...

Sperm Length Affects Fertility - by: Katharine Gammon - Contributor,LiveScience


Most fertility research has focused on the size of sperm and the size of the swimmers' heads, but a new study suggests the variability in the length of sperm also may put a wrench in successful...

New Technique to Deliver Stem Cell Therapy for Damaged Eyes - by: Staff ,Wellcome Trust


A new technique for delivering stem cell therapy to the eye has been described online in the journal ‘Acta Biomaterialia’. The technology has been designed to treat damage to the cornea...

Smoking Obesity and High Blood Pressure Rot the Brain - by: Anne Seccombe,Examiner .com


Cardiovascular risk factors, such as smoking, obesity and high blood pressure "rot" the brain by damaging memory, learning and reasoning, according to a study published Nov. 26 in the jou...

Scientists Create Human Sperm from Stem Cells - by: Alice Park ,Time - Health & Family


Researchers at Newcastle University in England report they have coaxed the first human sperm cells from embryonic stem cells, in a remarkable demonstration of how quickly the field of stem-cell sci...

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