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Starwatch: catch the Crab as it crosses the meridian

20 minutes ago   |   The Guardian

The constellation Cancer, with the beehive cluster, is high in the sky and well-placed for observation This week is a good time to track down one of the fainter constellations...
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Can Coregistered Photoacoustic Tomography and US Be Used in Screening for Ovarian Cancer?

4 days ago   |   Harvard

Deborah Levine. 2018. “ Can Coregistered Photoacoustic Tomography and US Be Used in Screening for Ovarian Cancer? ” Radiology, 289, 3, Pp. 748-749.
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Cancer patients must not be the forgotten tragedy of this coronavirus crisis | Prasanna Sooriakumaran

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

As a prostate cancer surgeon, I'm concerned we may be losing sight of those who aren't getting the treatment they need to stay alive Coronavirus latest updates See all our...
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Which cancer patients should be continuing chemotherapy during the coronavirus? | Ranjana Srivastava

5 days ago   |   The Guardian

Here are some questions that all chemotherapy patients should ask their oncologist From a clinic emptied of patients but not their problems, I begin a series of phone consults...
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STAT Plus: Startup Spotlight: Carisma Therapeutics wants to make a cell therapy that will work in solid tumors

6 days ago   |   STAT

When Michael Klichinsky was rotating through University of Pennsylvania hospitals as a pharmacy student more than eight years ago, he asked a lot of cancer specialists a lot of...
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Transcriptional mediators of treatment resistance in lethal prostate cancer

9 days ago   |   Harvard

Meng Xiao He, Michael S. Cuoco, Jett Crowdis, Alice Bosma-Moody, Zhenwei Zhang, Kevin Bi, Abhay Kanodia, Mei-Ju Su, Christopher Rodman, Laura DelloStritto, Parin Shah, Kelly P...
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Wasps may benefit us as much as bees. Could we learn to love them?

9 days ago   |   New Scientist

We love to hate wasps, but they pollinate flowers, kill off pests and their venom might even help us treat cancer
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Coronavirus means difficult, life-changing decisions for me and my cancer patients

10 days ago   |   The Guardian

How do we choose between under-treating vulnerable cancer patients and potentially exposing them to Covid-19? Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The...
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Chapter 47: Lung Cancer

11 days ago   |   Harvard

Farhat M. 2011. “ Chapter 47: Lung Cancer .” In Respiratory care: Principles and Practice, 2nd ed., Pp. 971. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
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Science Snaps: stopping cancer in its tracks

12 days ago   |   Cancer Research UK

It vaguely resembles a wave under the microscope, the cell's edge crashing and tumbling as it advances across the slide. But despite appearances, how cells move is a precise...
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Scotland and Glasgow Sirens netball star picks up Newmains sports science job

Scotland and Glasgow Sirens netball star picks up Newmains sports science job

Lauren Tait is also targeting the Commonwealth Games in the future. Read more ...

Using Earth templates to hunt for life-supporting exoplanets

Using Earth templates to hunt for life-supporting exoplanets

An artist's impression of Kepler-62f, a large terrestrial exoplanet located about 1,200 light-years away that may host a pre-biotic environment similar to Earth's in the... Read more ...

The 13th Japan International Manga Awards || 第13回日本国際漫画賞

The 13th Japan International Manga Awards || 第13回日本国際漫画賞

When you think of “manga”, the genre of comics created in Japan may come to mind. However, did you know that high quality manga is being created all over the world? ... Read more ...

NASA picks SpaceX to deliver cargo to Gateway station in lunar orbit

NASA picks SpaceX to deliver cargo to Gateway station in lunar orbit

Illustration of the SpaceX Dragon XL as it is deployed from the Falcon Heavy's second stage in high Earth orbit on its way to the Gateway in lunar orbit. Credit: SpaceX NASA... Read more ...

Why Call It ‘Social Distancing'? We Need Social Connection More Than Ever

Why Call It ‘Social Distancing'? We Need Social Connection More Than Ever

( We are now a society at a distance. As of this week, New South Wales has closed restaurants, bars, gyms, and entertainment venues where people gather in large... Read more ...

Evaluation Implications of the Coronavirus Emergency

Evaluation Implications of the Coronavirus Emergency

I have been doing evaluations and writing about the evaluation profession for nearly 50 years. For the last decade, I've been writing about evaluation under conditions of... Read more ...

The 9 most popular online courses people are taking on Coursera from...

The 9 most popular online courses people are taking on Coursera from Stanford, Yale, and Princeton

Millions of students of all ages use Coursera to learn something new, whether for personal enjoyment or professional advancement. The online classes are completely free to... Read more ...

Two new roadmaps lay out possible paths to end coronavirus lockdowns

With Covid-19 racing through the country, the United States is virtually locked down. At the same time, the yearning among Americans to reopen their communities grows, as does... Read more ...

Starwatch: catch the Crab as it crosses the meridian

The constellation Cancer, with the beehive cluster, is high in the sky and well-placed for observation This week is a good time to track down one of the fainter constellations... Read more ...

Expert reaction to updated numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths

The Department of Health and Social Care has released the latest numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the UK on Sunday 29th March. Prof James Naismith, Director of the... Read more ...