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Fat mice gain protection against diabetes

Fat mice gain protection against diabetes

New technology for keeping liver cells alive inside bioartificial liver-assist devices

New technology for keeping liver cells alive inside bioartificial liver-assist devices

Pharmion and MethylGene announce orphan drug designation for treatment of Hodgkin's lymphoma

Pharmion and MethylGene announce orphan drug designation for treatment of Hodgkin's lymphoma

New findings on cholesterol metabolism

New findings on cholesterol metabolism

Cytokines shown to be a cause of type 2 diabetes

Cytokines shown to be a cause of type 2 diabetes

Caution urged on use of drugs to raise "good" cholesterol

Caution urged on use of drugs to raise "good" cholesterol

Fibrin may be new target for Alzheimer's drugs

Fibrin may be new target for Alzheimer's drugs

Killer T cell treatment shows promise against cancers in transplant patients

Killer T cell treatment shows promise against cancers in transplant patients

Cancer blocking gene discovered

Cancer blocking gene discovered

New clues to why persistent acid reflux can turn into cancer

New clues to why persistent acid reflux can turn into cancer

Alarm over death in clinical trial for arthritis therapy

Alarm over death in clinical trial for arthritis therapy

Why acid reflux sometimes turns into cancer

Why acid reflux sometimes turns into cancer

Smokeless tobacco products are not safe

Smokeless tobacco products are not safe

FGFR4 gene plays a complex role in obesity, fatty liver and diabetes

FGFR4 gene plays a complex role in obesity, fatty liver and diabetes

New pathway for inflammation-induced cancer

New pathway for inflammation-induced cancer

Researchers turn mouse into factory for human liver cells

Researchers turn mouse into factory for human liver cells

New test to detect early stage liver cancer

New test to detect early stage liver cancer

New player in the control of HDL cholesterol

New player in the control of HDL cholesterol

High-intensity focused ultrasound may alerts the immune system to cancer

High-intensity focused ultrasound may alerts the immune system to cancer

Statin drugs may delay progressive artery damage in children

Statin drugs may delay progressive artery damage in children

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