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Everyday stressors tied to sperm damage

“The important thing is that majority of factors which cause oxidative stress which result in DNA damage are due to our poor social habits and unhealthy lifestyle, and simple lifestyle interventions and quitting smoking and doing yoga and meditation can
Reuters
added Apr 27, 2016 21:50
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Researchers Identify New Mechanism to Target ‘Undruggable’ Cancer Gene

A new study published in the April 20 issue of the journal Cell...has identified a new mechanism... Mutations in RAS genes (HRAS, KRAS and NRAS) are frequently observed in many of the most common and lethal tumors, including cancers of the pancreas, lung
Mount Sinai Hospital
added Apr 22, 2016 16:40
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[New York] Cigarette company reports $8.5M in revenue, but deficits continue

Thomas James, vice president and general counsel, who told Business First the company has been in talks with university representatives, clinicians and researchers who want to partner with 22nd Century (NYSE MKT: XXII) on both tobacco and cannabinoid rese
Business First Of Buffalo
added Apr 18, 2016 21:58
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[New York] Pioneer of Altered Nicotine Tobacco to Give Keynote Address at 22nd Century Group’s Annual Shareholder Meeting

Michael P. Timko, PhD, Professor of Biology and Public Health Sciences at The University of Virginia, will present the keynote address at 22nd Century Group’s annual shareholder meeting....a pioneer in the field of altering nicotine levels in tobacco. Pro
Business Wire
added Apr 18, 2016 19:43
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[UK] ARCHIVE: Smoking tobacco might increase risk of schizophrenia, say researchers

an analysis of a number of studies on smoking tobacco and psychosis, published in the Lancet Psychiatry journal, now shows that smoking may be a causal factor in itself.
The Guardian (uk)
added Apr 13, 2016 15:39
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Maternal smoking during pregnancy leaves its lasting mark on the child's genetic make-up

If mothers smoke during pregnancy, they influence the epigenetic programming of their unborn child's genetic make-up in the long term. This may give rise to an increased risk of the development of disease risks later in the child's life. Researchers at t
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Apr 9, 2016 13:44
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'Liquid biopsy' blood test detects genetic mutations in common form of lung cancer

A simple blood test can rapidly and accurately detect mutations in two key genes in non-small cell lung tumors, researchers report in a new study, demonstrating the test's potential as a clinical tool for identifying patients who can benefit from drugs t
ScienceDaily
added Apr 8, 2016 04:14
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Prospective Validation of Rapid Plasma Genotyping for the Detection of EGFR and KRAS Mutations in Advanced Lung Cancer [FREE FULL TEXT]

Plasma ddPCR detected EGFR and KRAS mutations rapidly with the high specificity needed to select therapy and avoid repeat biopsies. This assay may also detect EGFR T790M missed by tissue genotyping due to tumor heterogeneity in resistant disease.
Oncology
added Apr 8, 2016 00:50
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Liquid Biopsies Are Faster And More Accurate In Detecting Most Common Lung Cancer

Liquid biopsies taken from a simple blood test can accurately detect mutations in two key genes in non-small cell lung tumors, the most common form of lung cancer
Headlines & Global News (HNGN.com)
added Apr 8, 2016 00:49
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VIDEO: 'Liquid Biopsy' Blood Test Could Help Fight Lung Cancer: Study

A new study says that a simple blood test could replace invasive biopsies to quickly find the best cancer therapies to fight the most common type of lung cancer.
NBC News
added Apr 8, 2016 00:46
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