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The microbiome and human cancer

The role of microorganisms in causing and sustaining cancers has been in dispute for centuries. Through the lens of gut- and tumor-associated microbes, Sepich-Poore et al. review our current understanding of the microbiota in cancer, building a “microbially conscious” framework.

Date:2021-04-02

PM2.5 Associated With Gray Matter Atrophy Reflecting Increased Alzheimer Risk in Older Women

To examine whether late-life exposure to PM2.5 contributes to progressive brain atrophy predictive of Alzheimer disease (AD) using a community-dwelling cohort of women with up to 2 brain MRI scans.

Date:2021-04-02

Progress in drug treatment of refractory prolactinoma

Prolactinoma is the most common functional pituitary adenoma, accounting for 47%-66% of functional pituitary adenomas. It often causes amenorrhea, lactation, decreased libido and sexual dysfunction due to excessive secretion of prolactin (PRL).

Date:2021-03-26

Research leads to better understanding of the immune system in kidney cancer

In the last two decades, immunotherapy has emerged as a leading treatment for advanced renal carcinoma cancer (more commonly known as kidney cancer).

Date:2021-03-15

´Friendly′ bacteria may impact COVID severity

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded Vanderbilt University Medical Center a two-year, $3.7-million contract to determine genetic and bacterial factors that may increase the risk for severe illness and death from COVID-19.

Date:2021-03-15

Evaluation of serum ATX and LPA as potential diagnostic biomarkers in patients with pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer (PC) is a devastating disease that has a poor prognosis and a total 5-year survival rate of around 5%.

Date:2021-03-02

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