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Starving brain tumors by blocking enzyme could aid treatment

Amanda Porter | 
Cancer tumors, like other living cells, need to consume nutrients and oxygen to sustain themselves. However, as they often live ...

Regrowing heart muscles without cancer risk, using synthetic stem cells

Andrew Thomas | 
A new revolutionary stem cell technique is being used to treat those suffering from damaged muscles without the cancer risk ...

Artificial intelligence, more data hold keys to curing cancer

Ryan Young | 
Although there are various treatments available that are improving all the time, there is still no cure for cancer. Research ...
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Could humans one day regenerate their body parts?

Matteo Bonetti | 
….Being able to regenerate body parts that become damaged or dismembered like that of a starfish would be a great ...

Israeli scientists genetically modify banana to extend shelf-life

M. Hatipoglu | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. It seems that it ...
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