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Adult Stem Cells Change Their Epigenome to Generate New Organs - by: Medical Xpress Staff,Medical Xpress .com


A study developed by researchers at the IDIBELL, led by Manel Esteller, has identified epigenetic changes that occur in adult stem cells to generate different tissues of the human body. ...

Fertility Treatment Linked to Multiple Sclerosis - by: HealthDay News Staff,HealthDay News


Fertility treatment is associated with a higher risk of multiple sclerosis exacerbations, which is linked to the increase in reproductive hormones affecting immune function, according to a study pu...

Obesity Epidemic Causes 22.000 Cases of Cancer Each Year - by: Sophie Borland ,Health Reporter


Academics have said thousands of Britons are being diagnosed with cancer as result of being too fat. Being overweight or obese is directly responsible for 22,138 cancer cases every year, new resear...

Development of Medical Tourism in Poland - by: Adrian P. Lubowiecki-Vikuk Ph.D,International Medical Travel Journal


Medical tourism in the broad sense is one of three sectors – alongside health tourism and spa and wellness tourism. Medical tourism is also a part of national, international and domestic tour...

Mouse Stem Cells Used to Produce Eggs - by: Eryn Brown,Los Angeles Times


Researchers in Japan say they used mouse stem cells to create eggs and sperm, producing healthy offspring. The feat could eventually aid human fertility. ...

Cancer Treatment Speeded - by: Caroline Humer | Sharon Begley ,Chicago Tribune


A new supercomputer-based network will allow doctors to use genomic sequencing to speed cancer treatment and could increase survival chances for patients, its creator, billionaire healthcare busine...

Fertility and Development in Kenya - by: Alda Isabel Scebbi,Monitor Upeace .org


Women and women’s bodies have become a central element in development. This article examines structural adjustment programs (SAPs) in Kenya, which sought to control women’s bodies in or...

Muscle Aging Linked to Stem Cell Overdrive - by: GenNewsHighlights Staff,GenNewsHighlights


A protein that drives the generation of new muscle fibers from stem cells during development and after injury paradoxically also appears to be responsible for the gradual decline in our muscles&rsq...

FDA Approves New Colon Cancer Drug - by: MyHealthNewsDaily,Fox News


A new drug has received fast-track approval to treat advanced colon cancer, the Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday. The drug, Stivarga, has been approved to treat patients with colorec...

Making it Easier to Make Stem Cells - by: Biology News Staff,Biology News / Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute


The process researchers use to generate induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs)—a special type of stem cell that can be made in the lab from any type of adult cell—is time consuming and ...

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