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Study: Many pediatric brain tumor survivors do not achieve complete independence as adults
NEWS MEDICAL In the first study of its kind, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital investigators have found that more than half of pediatric central... 4 days
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NEWS MEDICAL Children in Canada who are battling neuroblastoma, a form of cancer, have been granted new hope toward a better prognosis and long-term... 6 days
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Researchers uncover new mechanisms underlying common kidney cancer in children
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Large collection of brain cancer data now easily, freely accessible to global researchers
SCIENCE DAILY A valuable cache of brain cancer biomedical data, one of only two such large collections in the country, has been made freely... 20 hours
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New CAR T-cell immunotherapy trial targets solid tumors
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New drug delivery system delivers anticancer drugs that reduce tumor size
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Rutgers researcher receives $100,000 grant to explore T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia
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Immunovia's new blood-based testing platform accurately detects non-small cell lung cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Immunovia AB announced today that in a new collaborative study with a major global pharma company, Immunovia ́s innovative blood-based testing platform, IMMray could differentiate healthy... 23 hours
Children are highly vulnerable to health risks of a changing climate
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Why the global survey on safety is deeply flawed
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Tips to helps parents make informed choices about their children's eye health
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Scientists Find Link between Allergies and Complicated Appendicitis
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WATCH: Young children talking back and forth with adults strengthens brain language region
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Researchers use 3D printer to create microfluidic probe for studying cancer cells
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Hidden signs in cancer tissue
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Increased safety for children around lawn mowers
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Medical News Today: Can coffee cause cancer?
MNT Many people worry that drinking coffee may cause cancer. This is because roasted coffee beans contain acrylamide, a substance that experts classify as a probable carcinogen. However, there are also claims that drinking coffee... 2 weeks
Can coffee cause cancer?
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Troubled waters: Wealthy nations are responsible for almost all of trackable industrial fishing across the global oceans
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Prenatal Tdap vaccination not linked with increased risk of autism in children, study shows
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Kids spending more time on screens - increased obesity and heart disease risks
NEWS MEDICAL We know the harmful effects of long screen time for children and adolescents and now the American Heart Association has come up... 6 days
Is too much screen time harming children's vision?
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Young children are more vulnerable to climate-related health risks, shows study
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Medical News Today: Skin cancer may predict future cancers
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Anthropocene vs Meghalayan—why geologists are fighting over whether humans are a force of nature
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Wearable 'microbrewery' saves human body from radiation damage
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Print and probe—how 3-D printers could improve access to technologies essential for scientific discovery
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NASA's GPM looks at John's rainfall rates in eastern Pacific Ocean
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Long term effects of Zika virus exposure during pregnancy studied
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Researchers uncover remnants of early solar system
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High Throughput Biophysical Screening for Development and Formulation of Biologics
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