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Washington, Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Genetically engineered bacteria can treat cancer

Genetically modified Salmonella — bacteria that causes severe food poisoning — can be used to kill cancer cells, a new study has claimed. “There has long been interest in using genetically... »
More on medical specialisation AND: cancergeneticsmedical research
Saturday, March 28, 2015

Beat it

Don’t let a heart attack stop you from working out. »
More on medical specialisation AND: Cardiologyhealthy lifestylephysical fitness
Washington, Thursday, March 19, 2015

New way to regenerate heart tissue found

In a discovery that may pave the way for regeneration of damaged heart tissue, scientists have successfully stimulated the mouse heart to grow new cells. Researchers have shown that a subse... »
More on medical specialisation AND: geneticsmedical researchPlastic, Reconstructive and Aestheticsscience (general)
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