Personal potential: medicine for the European citizen

The European Science Foundation’s Professor Kirsten Steinhausen details the findings of the organisation’s report on how best to make personalised medicine a reality...
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Urocortin molecule prevents cell death in osteoarthritis

UK scientists have discovered that the naturally occurring molecule urocortin prevents cell death associated with osteoarthritis...
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Primate pathology potential: assisting vaccine development

Dr Jan A M Langermans, of the Biomedical Primate Research Centre, turns the spotlight onto non-human primates and their important role in vaccine development...
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Clock on: gene variants and night shifts up breast cancer risk

Particular variations in clock genes can increase the risk of breast cancer for night shift workers, Norwegian researchers have found...
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