The impact of the Supreme Court abortion ruling on infertility medicine
AACR-Lung Cancer Initiative at Johnson & Johnson START Grants provide $225,000 over three years to postdoctoral or clinical research fellows from underrepresented groups. Applications are due August 18. Learn more:
Four years ago, a legal loophole created a market for a new kind of THC, called delta-8. That market has exploded ever since, but is delta-8 safe?
Can wearing foundation, powder and other makeup products in addition to your sunscreen raise or lower its SPF? There’s good news and bad news.
There is nothing a person can do to quickly reduce the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level in their body. However, there are some approaches that may help them to feel more alert and appear more sober. #ScienceTwitter
Experimental drugs are proving ineffective at slowing dementia cases, and researchers are advocating a new approach: focusing on preventable risk factors. One newly identified factor is untreated poor vision.
Truncated O-Glycosylation in Pancreatic Cancer:
Avery D. Posey Jr., will discuss this topic in a Rising Star Keynote Lecture at the AACR Special Conference on Pancreatic Cancer (September 13-16, Boston). Learn more:
When found early, breast cancer tumours are often confined to one area, making the cancer easier to manage. As cancer grows and spreads, the survival rate falls making early diagnosis critical to help improve outcomes.
A chance blood donation in 1989 led to a chronic myeloid leukemia diagnosis for Sister Shirley Vaughn.
She shares what led her to MD Anderson for treatment and what’s kept her here for over 30 years: