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Only one in 20 therapies tested in animals reach approval for human use

An analysis of reviews of translational biomedical research reveals that just 5% of therapies tested in animals reach regulatory approval for human use. The study, an umbrella review, published June…

Inherited genetic factors may predict the pattern of X chromosome loss in older women

Researchers have identified inherited genetic variants that may predict the loss of one copy of a woman’s two X chromosomes as she ages, a phenomenon known as mosaic loss of…

A scientific journey into the world of table grapes

In a recent study, scientists have unlocked the secrets behind the diverse flavors of table grapes. By examining 38 different cultivars, the research offers unprecedented insights into the volatile compounds…

Brain circuits underlying learning from negative experiences

‘I’m not gonna do this again’, we often say when faced with negative feedback, adverse effects, or disappointing outcomes. Thus, we attempt to learn from such negative experiences. This principle…

Uniting for Healthy Livers, Healthy Lives. “Love Your Liver” impact projects. #EASL24 #EASLnews #EASLCongress

From driving global policy initiatives to implementing local solutions, EASL Congress 2024 in Milan emphasises the importance of addressing liver disease at every level. Therefore, the congress will also focus…

EASL Congress 2024: Combating liver disease collectively #EASL24 #EASLnews #EASLCongress

Liver disease has become one of the biggest health challenges of the 21st century, affecting over 1.5 billion individuals worldwide, claiming more than 2 million lives annually—equivalent to 4% of…

Esophageal cancer, is chemotherapy before and after surgery a new standard treatment? #ASCO24

For patients with locally advanced esophageal adenocarcinoma that can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy treatment before and after surgery improved survival when compared to chemoradiotherapy before surgery. The research will…

Tumore ovarico avanzato, linfoadenectomia potrebbe non essere necessaria #ASCO24

Alcune persone con cancro epiteliale ovarico avanzato possono tranquillamente evitare la rimozione dei linfonodi durante un intervento chirurgico volto a rimuovere la maggior parte possibile del cancro primario senza che…

American Cancer Society and American Society of Clinical Oncology Unite to Create One of the Largest and Most Comprehensive Online Sources of Credible Cancer Information #ASCO24

The American Cancer Society (ACS) and the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) today announced an expanded collaboration to make it simpler for patients to find authoritative cancer information online.…

Risk reduction from HPV vaccination goes beyond cervical cancer #ASCO24

Results from a new study suggest that the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is effective in preventing the development of several types of cancers caused by HPV, most particularly head and…