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New drug, RAD001, shown to stop the growth of ovarian cancer cells

New drug, RAD001, shown to stop the growth of ovarian cancer cells

Some Alzheimer’s patients can benefit from drug Memantine

Some Alzheimer’s patients can benefit from drug Memantine

Researchers identify marker of heart disease in low-birthweight babies

Researchers identify marker of heart disease in low-birthweight babies

Marker of heart disease in low-birthweight babies identified

Marker of heart disease in low-birthweight babies identified

Plastic surgeons caution against unknown dangers of mesotherapy

Plastic surgeons caution against unknown dangers of mesotherapy

Cardiovascular disease: diet, nutrition and emerging risk factors

Cardiovascular disease: diet, nutrition and emerging risk factors

Tissue engineering to grow bone, ligaments and cartilage

Tissue engineering to grow bone, ligaments and cartilage

Researchers discover mechanism by which tumours support their own growth

Researchers discover mechanism by which tumours support their own growth

Moderate levels of exercise may not be enough to control mild hypertension

Moderate levels of exercise may not be enough to control mild hypertension

The liver may produce most of the body's good cholesterol

The liver may produce most of the body's good cholesterol

THC in marijuana may prevent hardening of the arteries

THC in marijuana may prevent hardening of the arteries

Heart transplant patients benefit from new technology

Heart transplant patients benefit from new technology

Gene therapy shows effect in heart patients

Gene therapy shows effect in heart patients

Dallas heart study researchers find no link between Lp(a), calcium

Dallas heart study researchers find no link between Lp(a), calcium

Method of gene therapy accurately corrects mutations in disease-causing genes

Method of gene therapy accurately corrects mutations in disease-causing genes

Canada spends more on stem cell research

Canada spends more on stem cell research

First evidence that preeclampsia can leave a persistent and potentially fatal imprint in the pulmonary circulation of the fetus

First evidence that preeclampsia can leave a persistent and potentially fatal imprint in the pulmonary circulation of the fetus

Gene mutation protecting against malaria linked to prostate cancer incidence in African-American men

Gene mutation protecting against malaria linked to prostate cancer incidence in African-American men

Natural killer cells could lead to new Hepatitis treatments

Natural killer cells could lead to new Hepatitis treatments

Immune cells in the liver travel in the liver's blood vessels with surprising speed and agility

Immune cells in the liver travel in the liver's blood vessels with surprising speed and agility