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Screening bypasses radical breast surgery

...nd the plave. At the same time, the rate of breast conserving surgery went up by 50 per cent. In this operation, the lump from the breast is removed. Hence this is indicative that screening has the benefit of detecting breast cancer at a much earlier stage, so that radical surgery may not be needed....

Does Radiation Cause Lung Cancer?

...s were noted among a group of women who had breast conserving lumpectomies and radiotherapy when compared with women who had lumpectomies alone or mastectomies alone. A study was done, using data from women taking part in two large clinical trials. In the first, women who underwent radical mastectomies without...

Time to wake up as conservationists

... year to conduct cutting-edge research critical to conserving and managing National parks throughout America. This is a collaborative effort between Canon U.S.A., Inc., the National Park Service (NPS) and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The programme selects and gives scholarsh...

Breast Cancer Treatment Influenced By Family

...re likely to opt for mastectomy rather than breast conserving surgery. More than 257 patients with a breast ca...an women as they are more likely to opt for breast conserving surgery. It is also probable that the observed differences could be due to the different socioecon...

Tumor Suppressor p53's Contradictory Regulatory System

... HAUSP. They also report that this was possible by conserving a “short amino acid signature" The reseraches arrived at the conclusion that p53-MDM2 pathway is regulated by HAUSP. These findings provide researchers with potential drug-screening targets. By inhibiting HAUSP and consequently MDM2, the tumor promot...

Anti-retroviral drug conserving trial halted

...uits from 33 countries and the NIH funded the drug conserving trial which it found would help the patients but NIH found that the patients who took off from the drug got more sicker than the patients who took anti-retroviral drugs daily. The results of the study made NIH to ask its collaborators to stop the tri...

A New Approach towards Anti-Cancer Drugs

...organization said that p53 plays a crucial role in conserving stability by preventing genome mutation. Hence he said that if the protein is allowed to perform its function without the interference of the MDM2 protein then this would prevent many types of cancer....

Ovary removal linked with Early Death in Younger Women

...y, the discussion will have more of an emphasis on conserving the ovaries for protecting the health of the woman." "Continuing preventive ovariectomies in average-risk younger women and emphasizing estrogen replacement therapy thereafter may not be an adequate solution to diminish the risk, however, as compli...

Ice Cream made of Camel Milk Launched in Rajasthan

...ribute not only to poverty alleviation but also in conserving biodiversity,' said Ilse Kohler-Rollefson, project coordinator of the international NGO League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development. 'The camel has been a part and parcel of the Thar desert ecology, and there is danger of it be...

Newly Cloned Wheat Gene May Boosts Foods' Nutrient Contents – Says A Researc

...des a clear example of the value and importance of conserving the wild germplasm - the source of genetic diversity - of our crop species." Dubcovsky leads a consortium of 20 public wheat-breeding programs known as the Wheat Coordinated Agricultural Project, which is rapidly introducing GPC-B1 and other valuab...

Exports Of Herbal & Dietary Products Has Huge Potential

...rategies and action plans should focus not only on conserving and enriching existing medicinal plants bio-diversity in the forest areas but promote cultivation of medicinal plants through farmers. This two pronged approach will not only ensure that medicinal plants that are collected by tribals and other fore...

OrthoGlide(TM) Medial Knee Implant Reports Over 200 Implants

...nts pain relief, through a minimally invasive bone conserving procedure which requires no screws or cement when compared to total knee and unicompartmental replacements. This new technology can offer positive clinical outcomes to patients and provides a less invasive choice in the continuum of care."...

Climate Change Threatening to Wipe Out Wild Relatives of Key Crops

...disappear. At the moment, existing collections are conserving only a fraction of the diversity of wild species that are out there, he said. As part of their study, Jarvis and his colleagues looked specifically at the effects of climate change on the three crops in Africa and South America. They focussed on...

Desalination of Sea is Not a Solution to Tackle Global Water Scarcity: WWF

...water scarcity. Attention should rather be paid to conserving supplies, as desalination is an expensive , energy intensive process that releases a vast amount of greenhouse gas, the WWF has said in its report. "Desalinating the sea is an expensive, energy intensive and greenhouse gas emitting way to get water...

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