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WN.com 04/19/2019 04:40
Even moderate consumption of red and processed meat increases bowel cancer risk Processed and red meat hitheadlines this week as our research linked moderate consumption to an increased risk of developing bowel cancer. Our scientists in Oxford found that for every 10,000 people who ate 21g of red and processed meat a day, 40 were diagnosed with bowel cancer. Eating 76g of processed or red meat a day caused 8 extra bowel cancer cases. Follow this Twitter thread for more info. Causes of cancer may leave 'fingerprints' on DNA Scientists in Cambridge say they have catalogued the tell-tale damage that environmental triggers of cancer, like tobacco smoke, leave in cells' DNA. The team told the...
WN.com 04/17/2019 06:04
(April 17, 2019) -- Only about one in four people diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) survive five years after the initial diagnosis. To improve that survival rate, researchers at UTSA and the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center created an online atlas to identify and classify protein signatures present at AML diagnosis. The new protein classifications will help researchers and clinicians recommend better treatment and personalized medicine for patients suffering from this aggressive cancer, which occurs in the blood and bone marrow. The breakthrough research is publishedin the latest April issue of Nature Biomedical Engineering. Amina Qutub is an Associate...

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