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Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma Can Widely Infiltrate The Larynx

...cases, differentiated thyroid carcinoma can widely infiltrate the larynx, making total laryngectomy unavoidable. The diagnosis of intralaryngeal tumor spread is done by imaging and endoscopy. The authors claim that to the best of their knowledge, this is the first article analyzing the histologic growth patter...

Study Offers Insights Into Treatment Of Rheumatoid Arthritis

...isease. In diffuse RA, T and B-lymphocytes seem to infiltrate tissue randomly, re-sulting in autoimmune inflammation. In aggregate synovitis, T and B cells meet each other in aggregates and inflame the joints. In germinal center synovitis, T cells, B cells, and other supporting cell populations go into the join...

Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) Has An Answer Now!

...the blast crisis, where immature white blood cells infiltrate the blood and bone marrow. Clinicians know the signs and symptoms of the different stages of CML, but until now, they are clueless about what causes the disease to progress. In collaboration with an international group of researchers, Dr. Danilo Pe...

Is all this technology stressing you out?

...n, cell phone and pager use allows job concerns to infiltrate another part of life, Chesley said. The term spillover indicates that the line between work and home is blurred, and the one may invade the other. But women got a “double-whammy,” reporting home concerns that spilled over into work. Two telephone ...

Fat fighters’: Whole-grain foods’: under the microscoe

...DLs, the more likely they are to be oxidized or to infiltrate your arteries. Neither outcome is good," says Keim William F. Horn and Manuel C. Tengonciang, Jr., of the Davis center, and Tara A. Hembrooke, formerly at the centre collaborated with Keim in the study and reported preliminary findings at the 2005 m...

New Molecular Treatment Identified To Treat Blood Cell Cancers

... smaller than an antibody and has the potential to infiltrate cancer cells more successfully. Monoclonal antibodies, engineered to lock onto a specific target molecule, are used to carry radioactive isotopes or anti-cancer drugs directly to a tumor. Three monoclonal antibodies, rituximab (Rituxan), ibritumomab ...

Active Life Decelerates Alzheimer's

...ic analyses of microglia, which often surround and infiltrate A? plaques. In addition, activating cellular protein degradation pathways provides another means of removing excess A?. Finally, changes in cholesterol homeostasis, elements of which have been shown to correlate with A? deposition, may exert benefici...

Tiny Sphere Of Nanoparticles Can Fight Cancer

...h, that siRNA that are wrapped up in a tiny sphere infiltrate deeply into ovarian cancer tumour cells, which could thereby oppress the troublesome protein and drastically reducing the size of tumours. Anil Sood, M.D., associate professor in the Departments of Gynaecologic Oncology and Cancer Biology at M. D. ...

Researchers Find Stem-cell Therapy Effective in Targeting Metastatic Cancer

...her colleagues have developed a two-part system to infiltrate metastatic tumor sites, and then activate a chemotherapeutic drug, thereby localizing the drug's effects to the tumor cells. The technique takes advantage of the tendency for invasive tumors to attract neural stem cells. The researchers injected mo...

Green Tea Compound may Be a Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

...of IL-1?ò to produce the proteins and enzymes that infiltrate the joints of persons with rheumatoid arthritis and cause cartilage degradation. The laboratory now is focused on the inhibitory role of EGCG in gene expression. The scientists plan to test EGCG in animal models of rheumatoid arthritis to see if i...

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