Rutgers researchers identified a protein leakage related to chronic airway diseases
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Technion researchers have just published findings in ‘Science Advances’ that support the efficacy of the technology they had developed: Treatment of breast cancer by anesthesia of the nervous system around the tumor. The treatment not only inhibited tumor growth but also prevented metastasis to other organs.
New PLOS ONE research identifies exactly why people improve at different rates
In the 40 years since the first published reports of the syndrome known as AIDS, more than 32 million people have died from the virus that causes it, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). With more than 35 million people worldwide living with HIV today and nearly two million new cases each year, HIV remains a major global epidemic.
Meningitis is a very serious brain infection with limited treatment options. In a new study performed in rats, researchers from the University of Copenhagen present an alternative treatment based on immune cells that helps rinse away toxins that accumulate during the infection.