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Link identified between cervical microbiome and cancer.

Cervical cancer is a cancerous growth situated at the entrance of a woman’s womb, otherwise known as the cervix, mainly affecting sexually active females aged between 30 and 45.  According … Continue Reading Link identified between cervical microbiome and cancer.

New olfactory receptor identified in the human bladder and bladder cancer.

Manual body regulation is a relatively new theory that explores controlling the body, and its related processes via neurons, neuronal colonies, and neuron-like cells supplanted throughout our systems manually.  Olfactory … Continue Reading New olfactory receptor identified in the human bladder and bladder cancer.

Researchers use non-invasive ‘diagnostic pill’ to detect breast cancer in mice.

Unchanged for decades, breast screening technology such as mammograms can be painful and generally rely on anatomical differences with several limitations.  These include the lack of phenotyping to identify aggressive … Continue Reading Researchers use non-invasive ‘diagnostic pill’ to detect breast cancer in mice.

Protein once thought to be exclusive to neurons helps some cancers grow and spread.

Regulation and control of the body and its processes are overseen by electrochemical signals across synapses, the dynamic spaces between nerve cells.  Now, two studies from researchers at UT Southwestern Medical … Continue Reading Protein once thought to be exclusive to neurons helps some cancers grow and spread.

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