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13th December 2019 by Nipuna jayawa... 0 Comments
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4th December 2019 by test 0 Comments
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A blood test for breast cancer 5 years before signs
A blood test could detect breast cancer up to five years before any clinical signs of the disease, according to researchers. Cancer cells produce proteins called antigens that trigger the body to make antibodies against them: autoantibodies. Researchers at the University of Nottingham say they are developing a test that identifies the body's immune response to tumour-associated antigens (TAAs), as they are a good indicator of cancer. https://news.sky.com/story/blood-test-could-detect-breast-cancer-five-years-before-clinical-signs-11852901
4th November 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Hearts from Stem Cells
Hearts created from stem cells could make transplants obsolete. Australia has developed a human heart using a 3-D process developed by Israeli scientists. The prototype is the size of a rabbit heart with blood vessels, ventricles and chambers. It did not have a heart beat however scientists believe the new heart replacement process will make heart transplants obsolete. https://neweconomy.media/2019/07/22/hearts-created-from-stem-cells-could-make-transplants-obsolete/
1st November 2019 by Madeline 1 Comments
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A replacement for heart transplants
A major breakthrough in technology to develop a human heart using a 3-D-process has been made by Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University.Scientists developed a human heart about the size of a rabbit’s heart complete with blood vessels, ventricles and chambers and confidence is rising that developing a human heart using a patient’s own cells, is getting closer. https://neweconomy.media/2019/07/22/hearts-created-from-stem-cells-could-make-transplants-obsolete/
30th October 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Gut Smart email course for everyday Aussies
Gut health and the gut microbiome (community of bacteria in the gut) are a popular topic in media, lifestyle outlets, research and healthcare arenas. Brisbane-based Microba – world leaders in gut microbiome testing – are providing a free mini course to everyday Australians to boost their knowledge of their resident gut bacteria, what it’s doing, the potential to perform important tasks and the best ways to keep a balanced gut. http://bit.ly/2pUTFws
28th October 2019 by mel 1 Comments
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